The sun may be out, and the snow may have stopped, but there’s still more winter in store for Vancouver.
While Monday’s snow caused headaches for commuters across the region, below-freezing temperatures Monday night turned much of the leftover slush and snow into ice on Tuesday morning.
And once again, people are being advised to take extra care.
Good Morning. The Twitter desk & Customer Info is now open. Icy conditions persist, watch current conditions: https://t.co/nVgWwQa4MF ^RR
— TransLink BC (@TransLink) December 6, 2016
Slush on roads will freeze tonight causing widespread black ice. Drive/walk safe tomorrow morning!
— Vancouver Weather (@yvrwx) December 6, 2016
— Cst Anne-Marie Clark (@VPD2Fox15) December 6, 2016
vancouver PSA: it’s icy out there [lots of black ice on the roads too]. remember friends, WALK LIKE A PENGUIN!! pic.twitter.com/PctNckTT2N
— Casey-Jo Loos (@caseyjoloos) December 6, 2016
— EC_BCweather (@ECCCWeatherBC) December 5, 2016
— West Vancouver PD (@WestVanPolice) December 6, 2016
Take extra care while walking on sidewalks, watch out for black ice, it’s icy out there #Vancouver
— Cat (@catzz00) December 6, 2016
Black ice everywhere this morning! Be careful, everyone! #Vancouver
— gladys | 曾昭慧 (@gloomybb) December 6, 2016
… “Snow (No Mo)” the hit song by…me.
… & also “Black Ice, No Dice” 😌 pic.twitter.com/fvaRXxh7nr
— bluebay700 (@bluebay700) December 6, 2016
Drivers are reminded to slow down and use caution, as hazards like black ice may make a road seem clear, but can result in very slippery conditions.