Vancouver may not have had the white Christmas it was dreaming of, but there’s a high chance the city will receive a dusting of snow later this week.
Environment Canada has forecast a chance of flurries or snow for Thursday night, all day Friday and Saturday morning.
On Thursday, the weather organization has predicted a 60 per cent chance flurries, with Vancouver temperatures set to dip to a chilly 1°C at night.
Following this, Friday is expected to see a chance of snow or rain all day long, with a daytime high of 4°C and an icy night-time low of 0°C.
A 60 per cent chance of flurries is also predicted for Saturday morning, with a frigid daytime high of just 3°C.
Snow chasers can now use a new interactive map, released by the B.C. Government, to find out which areas of B.C. are receiving the most snowfall.