Snowfall warning remains in effect from Campbell River to Nanoose Bay
Pedestrians make their way through the snow on Fitzgerald Avenue on the afternoon of February 12th, 2019. Photo by James Wood/98.9 The Goat/Vista Radio
VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C- Snow is still flying along Vancouver Island.
While the snow storm that has been hitting the area continues to weaken, periods of snow from Campbell River to Nanoose Bay are still expected today. An average of 10 to 15 centimetres has accumulated on the island since Monday afternoon.
The snow is expected to ease late today. However, flurries are possible tonight with an upper trough moving across the region.
The Comox Valley has seen an increase in snowfall this afternoon, and drivers should take caution when travelling along the highways and along side roads in the Valley’s urban areas.