From the Lower Mainland to the island, here’s what to know about the latest winter storm

B.C.’s South Coast is hunkering down for another 24 hours of wild winter weather, with snow, wind and rain in the forecast.

Here’s what you need to know about what’s to come, broken down by region.

Metro Vancouver

Overnight: A chance of moderate to heavy flurries. These pockets of snow could bring up to five centimetres of snow in a very localized area. Winds will ease but blowing snow and reduced visibility still could be an issue at times.

Tomorrow: Temperatures could warm to 2-3 degrees Celsius in some areas by morning, but then drop again in the afternoon to near freezing. A chance of showers or flurries will continue through the day. The morning commute could still be rough with snow or slush still in many areas.

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