Roads: partially snow-covered
It is currently 1°C on campus with overcast skies. Roadways are wet and partially snow covered. Parking lots and walkways are partically snow covered and in the process of being cleared. Please exercise caution when travelling around campus. Driving conditions and visibility are good.
**Please be advised that Translink is running only shuttle buses**
Please watch for the Facilties Services snow crew who are working to clear campus roadways, parking lots, and walkways.
An Arctic blast arrives tonight for the South Coast. A low pressure system that brought mixed rain and snow to much of the South Coast this morning will move southeastward over the southern Interior this afternoon. Wind Warnings have been issued for Greater Victoria and the Southern Gulf Islands for strong outflow winds that will exit the Fraser Valley and cross the Strait overnight. Most South Coast regions will likely only see a couple centimeters of snow as front passes. There is however potential for heavier snowfall along East Vancouver Island tonight between Victoria and Nanaimo as the outflow winds pick up moisture while crossing the Strait of Georgia. The surge of Arctic air will continue through the mainland valleys and inlets on Sunday ushering in the coldest air of the season for the inner South Coast. There is potential for additional wind warnings due to the outflow for southern sections of Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, and Howe Sound on Sunday. The Arctic air will linger into the work week with daytime highs slightly above freezing and overnight lows approaching minus 10.
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