Although Environment Canada lifted weather advisories on Vancouver Island Monday morning, Islanders are still feeling a blast of winter.
Highs on Vancouver Island are forecast to be as low as -4 in the Comox Valley, but high winds are making it feel much colder.
Environment Canada forecasts temperatures will feel as low as -22 in the Comox Valley Monday morning, and -20 for north Island regions.
Nanaimo is forecast to feel like -13, while Victoria feels like -12 and it’s going to feel like -11 in the Alberni Valley.
— Mary Griffin (@Mary_Griffin_) February 4, 2019
The snowfall warnings have been lifted and are forecast to give way to sunny conditions Monday afternoon, although there is still a chance of flurries in the evening for Greater Victoria and east Vancouver Island.
High winds cancelled some BC Ferries runs on Sunday, but there are no service cancellation on Monday between Vancouver Island and the lower mainland.
There are no reports of school closures Monday.
— Greater Victoria SD (@sd61schools) February 4, 2019
— Oak Bay Police (@OakBayPolice) February 4, 2019
All buses but one are operating as normal today. Students that ride on bus living near Kulleet Bay Rd hill may be affected due to slippery road conditions. #ladysmith #nanaimo @TownOfLadysmith @cityofnanaimo
— School District 68 (Nanaimo-Ladysmith) (@sd68bc) February 4, 2019