After three days of constant flurries for most of Vancouver Island, Environment Canada has lifted all snowfall warnings.
It was a record-breaking weekend for the Island. Snowfall records were smashed in places like Victoria, Duncan, Nanaimo, Tofino and Comox.
This morning, snowfall warnings were in place for most of the Island, including the Malahat, East Vancouver Island and Inland Island. Places like Victoria and Tofino were spared more snowfall, seeing spats of rain throughout the holiday Monday.
Environment Canada says a further 5 to 10 centimetres of snow was expected to fall Monday afternoon. While snow can still fall throughout the regions, the weather warnings are now gone.
The Malahat summit is expected to stay as snowy until the storm passes.
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