Vancouver Island residents living at higher elevations may experience some snow Friday and Saturday.
Environment Canada issued the weather statement early Thursday morning, saying Greater Victoria, the Malahat and east Vancouver Island will receive up to five centimetres leading into Saturday morning.
The forecasted snowfall is the result of a strong pacific frontal system moving into B.C.’s south coast Friday night. It will bring rainfall to the majority of the region but has a good chance of producing snow in areas with higher elevation.
By Saturday afternoon, Environment Canada said all the snow is expected to turn to rain.
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