A cold and wet week is ahead for most of Metro Vancouver, possibly with a little snow

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      Parts of southwest B.C. might receive a bit of wet snow this week.

      Environment Canada has issued a warning for the region stating that a “wintery mix” could be on the way.

      “An arctic front will arrive on the coast late Thursday bringing much cooler air,” it reads. “It will also give a chance of snow or mixed rain and snow to many areas. By Friday morning, small snowfall accumulations are possible for Fraser Valley and Howe Sound.”

      The City of Vancouver will likely be spared.

      “In Vancouver, no significant accumulation is expected and any snow would be restricted to higher elevations,” the warning continues.

      The temperature here is expected to dip.

      According to the Weather Network, it's expected to fall from 11 degrees Celsius today (November 1) to six degrees Thursday (November 2) and then down to five degrees Celsius on Friday (November 3).