Don’t be surprised if you see snow on the ground tomorrow morning.
Environment Canada is forecasting flurries overnight.
Meteorologist Doug Lundquist says an Arctic front is expected to arrive in the area Thursday, with the real snow to begin Thursday afternoon or evening.
“We’re looking at accumulations of perhaps 5 to 10 centimetres in the valley bottom depending on how the bands of snow move across the area by Friday morning,” Lundquist tells Kiss FM.
Lundquist says it’s a few weeks earlier than usual for snow.
“Putting on winter tires, harvesting our gardens, blowing out the sprinklers — the type of precautions we take to protect ourselves for winter — we need to advance those because usually this type of weather doesn’t come til the latter part of November.”
Lundquist says the snow likely won’t stick around for too long.
“We’re looking at warming up by the middle of next week, so in the valley bottom, it might start to melt out.”
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