Residents in the North Island will have a chilly Sunday morning, as more snow is expected to fall before noon.
Environment Canada has issued a weather advisory for the North end of the Island. In the wake of a cold front, snow will gradually ease this morning with further amounts up to 5 cm expected.
Early this morning, the Drive BC highway cameras show snow blanketing the roadways with a light layer of powder. The roads are now mostly cleared.
Some Port Hardy residents are documenting the bright snowfall.
Back in February, a snowstorm hit Vancouver Island with gusto, from Campbell River to Victoria. Most of the Island was under a weather warning for the Family Day long weekend.
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For the latest updates on weather conditions and forecasts, visit the Environment Canada website.
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