The combination of a storm tracking in from the northwest and a fresh supply of cold air lead to widespread accumulating snow this weekend across much of southern BC.
As you can see by the snowfall reports released from Environment Canada below there were a wide range of totals within a small area, which is not uncommon in this region due to all the elevation changes and the influence of the Pacific waters.
These amounts are unofficial.....
Whistler/Blackcomb reported 27 cm between Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon.
Cypress Mountain near Vancouver reported 41 cm of new snow from Saturday through Sunday.
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Plenty of uncertainty with the weather pattern later in September.
Hot, dry conditions to prevail across BC into next week while rounds of cooler and showery weather spread from the eastern Prairies to Quebec.