Environment Canada said Monday YYJ saw 17 centimetres of snow on Sunday, with a snow warning for much of Vancouver Island calling for another 10 to 15 centimetres on Monday. Harbour Air says low cloud levels resulting in poor visibility on routes departing and arriving Victoria Harbour have affected flights, with numerous cancellations.
Flights continue to be impacted by the weather. Please check the status of your flight on our website at victoriaairport,com or with your airline. Thank you.— Victoria Int Airport (@Fly_YYJ) February 11, 2019
Helijet, though, said Monday morning that all flights were running and on time. BC Transit is reporting a number of bus routes are cancelled or detoured.
#HAflightstatus [7:39 am Feb 11] Weather conditions are affecting flights again this morning. For flight status details, please visit https://t.co/7q3UB0iJb7 or give us a call at 1.800.665.0212 for assistance.— Harbour Air Seaplanes (@HarbourAirLtd) February 11, 2019
The University of Victoria and Camosun campuses are open, but both schools have advised students of transit delays.
9:00 am Update: Due to weather and road conditions all bus routes may be late in Greater Victoria. A list of cancellations and detours is available below. All other routes are on regular routing. If you have questions about a specific route, please call 2503826161. pic.twitter.com/oGlEnnQXn9— BC Transit (@BCTransit) February 11, 2019
#Camosun campuses are both open today Monday, Feb. 11. Buses are running to campus, but may be delayed. Most roads are clear. Students & staff are encouraged to travel with caution. See updates: https://t.co/i4sVHql65w #yyjtraffic #yyjweather— Camosun College (@Camosun) February 11, 2019
UVic is open today. BC transit is reporting there may be delays on routes due to winter conditions. Use caution in your travels to and around campus and give yourself extra time. https://t.co/rflaeS0rlc— UniversityOfVictoria (@uvic) February 11, 2019