The brrrrr of winter has come later than usual this season.
After two snowfalls over the past week, Metro Vancouver residents are going to have to brace for a third one, starting tomorrow (February 23).
That's according to a special weather statement issued this morning by Environment Canada.
"A brief interlude of dry and mainly sunny conditions over the Inner South Coast will end on Friday as a trough of low pressure moves southwards along the BC coast," it says. "Moisture associated with the trough will result in snow beginning early on Friday morning."
It could create challenges for morning commuters.
However, the snow is expected to turn to rain by the afternoon in most areas.
The highest accumulations of snow are forecast in the 5-to-10-centimetre range.