Parts of the Metro Vancouver region have been experiencing a White Christmas since Christmas Eve.
Neighbourhoods located in the upper elevations of Coquitlam, Port Moody, West Vancouver, and North Vancouver received a measurable dusting of snow during the early morning hours of Christmas Eve. And for the most part, the snow has not melted.
Closer to Vancouver, snow also fell at Simon Fraser University’s campus atop Burnaby Mountain.
But of course, the clear winners are the North Shore mountains:
Further north at Whistler Blackcomb, 73 cm of new snow has fallen over the past week, including 17 cm of new snow from the last 48 hours.
With low freezing levels and the arrival of another moisture system, more snow is expected for the slopes on the North Shore and Whistler Blackcomb this Boxing Day weekend.
— Mike Clay (@MikeEClay) December 24, 2015
White Christmas at SFU Burnaby! Best of the season everyone! pic.twitter.com/9nNzPwLyGe
— Kris Magnusson (@careerhawk) December 24, 2015
#WhiteChristmas #Snow #Coquitlam #Vancouver A photo posted by Edward Nieh (@niehedward) on
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and all that jazz! #SFU #Snow #Burnaby #MerryMerry #love A photo posted by almost_erica (@almost_erica) on
A Vancouver version of winter wonderland at @simonfraseru today. One last hoorah at work before the winter holidays 🙂 #sfu #burnaby #burnabymountain #snow A photo posted by Jenn (@jenn_madelaine) on
Cute view up the mountain #sfugram #sfu #burnaby A photo posted by Akintola Âmæzìn (@he_is_amaz1n) on
The road to #cypressmountain. All this snow 15mins from #Vancouver A photo posted by @pootrick on
So amazing to be up shredding the slopes! #seymourmountain #northvancouver #chairlift #nightride A photo posted by Krista Cline (@kristajocline) on