Light snow began falling in the Lower Mainland Sunday afternoon, the first time this season several municipalities saw the white flakes fly.
Several people in Burnaby posted about the wintry sight.
Snowfall on Burnaby Mountain! From our balcony, elevation 354 m +/- 10 m. #Burnaby #snow @UniverCity_SFU @SFU pic.twitter.com/9irBd6Et8y
— Ryan Stewart 🍞🌹 (@RyanStewartBby) December 1, 2019
People in Surrey also chimed in that they’re seeing snow.
Surrey central is having a light sprinkle of snow
— Tara Anderson (@superlovermom) December 1, 2019
The Fraser Valley is expected to get the most snow in the region. Environment Canada is calling for up to four centimetres by Monday morning. The agency issued a special weather statement about flurries Sunday afternoon and evening.
In Vancouver, any snow flurries will likely turn to rain as temperatures climb Monday.