The Vancouver Sun recently reported about the coming La Nina year, that is sure to bring heaps of snow and cold weather this for this coming winter.
The almanac and meteorologists agree that after a cool, wet first day of fall today and in the coming weeks, southern B.C. will get below-average temperatures and above-average snowfall in late fall and winter.
The snow tires, shovels, snowboards, and skis that barely made it out of the closet last winter should be put to good use in the coming season, meteorologist Mark Madryga said.
The almanac says the coldest weather is expected from mid-to late December to mid-February. The temperature across the region in December is expected to be two degrees Celsius below average. The most snow is expected to fall in late December and late February.
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