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Strong heavily here, couple cm's on the ground already, and more each minute

Oh i'm not in BC though. . . sorry

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Strong heavily here, couple cm's on the ground already, and more each minute

Oh i'm not in BC though. . . sorry

What province? and how long does it take to get there by train???

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where though?

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too bad its raining.....i find that weather forecatsers (medioroologsit(sp?) usally make themselves look foolish when reporting such.......they always say look out for snow and it never happens or "it wont snow much" and it snows all night...

ITS raining BTW

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Strong heavily here, couple cm's on the ground already, and more each minute

Oh i'm not in BC though. . . sorry

Yeah its coming down pretty hard eh toxic.

My friend goes to Laurier..

nice place.

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http://www.weatheroffice.gc.ca/warnings/report_e.html?bc42

Greater Vancouver

1:43 PM PST Monday 26 November 2007

Snowfall warning for

Greater Vancouver continued

5 cm of snow is expected this afternoon through this evening.

This is a warning that significant snowfall is expected or occurring in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..Listen for updated statements.

A strong frontal system is moving down the coast of British Columbia today. Rain mixed with snow is expected for many regions over the south coast this afternoon through this evening. Over higher terrain in Greater Vancouver and western sections of Fraser Valley 5 cm of snow is expected this afternoon through this evening. 5 cm of snow is also expected for northern sections of East Vancouver Island this afternoon through to this evening. Otherwise 2 cm of snow is expected for lower elevations.

With this system strong northwesterly winds up to 70 km/h are expected to develop over West Vancouver Island late this afternoon. A low is expected to develop along this front this afternoon which will move inland over southern Vancouver Island early this evening. Strong westerly winds are expected to develop as this low moves inland. Winds will be the strongest near Juan de Fuca strait this evening with westerly winds up to 70 km/h. Winds will ease later tonight for Greater Victoria and by early Tuesday morning for West Vancouver Island.

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Alright, guys...

5 cm. You know what that means.

All universities close. All transit grinds to a halt. Nuks game is delayed/cancelled due to "blizzard."

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i'm getting you're weather here in calgary.I knew i shoulda moved back home to bc dang it's cold like -8 or something brutal

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