Snowfall Totals from BC Storm

Posted by Kyle Brookings on Sunday, February 25, 2018
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An area of low pressure moved across the south coast of British Columbia on Friday night and continued into Saturday morning.

There was heavy snow in southern sections in British Columbia.

Cold Arctic air also pushed south.

Environment & Climate Change Canada have released snowfall totals. Here are the snowfall amounts as of 12 pm PST on Saturday, February 24. 
  • Coquitlam (Westwood Plateau/Heritage Mtn): 50 - 60 cm
  • North Vancouver: 25 - 33 cm
  • Port Moody: 32 cm
  • Mission: 30 
  • Port Coquitlam: 29 cm
  • Burnaby: 18 - 30 cm
  • Coquitlam (City Centre): 20 - 28 cm 
  • Chilliwack: 26 cm
  • Langley: 26 cm
  • Maple Ridge: 20 - 26 cm 
  • Surrey: 16 - 25 cm
  • Abbotsford Airport: 25 cm 
  • Squamish Airport: 24 cm
  • Pitt Meadows: 19 - 23 cm
  • Abbotsford: 20 cm
  • Vancouver: 16 - 20 cm 
  • Delta: 15 - 20 cm
  • Richmond: 15 - 20 cm
  • Vancouver Airport: 15 cm 
  • West Vancouver: 15 cm
  • Brandywine: 22 cm
  • Tantalus: 16 cm
  • Eagle Ridge: 15 cm

Based on EC Data



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