— Kyle Marshall (@Kylem87) November 3, 2017
The first Arctic front of the season has moved across British Columbia bringing a blast of cold air, strong winds and the first snowfall to the south coast including most of Vancouver Island.
Victoria received 7 cm of snow which was the earliest appearance since 1991.
Significant snow fell in the BC interior with 19 cm in Kelowna and 34 cm in Cranbrook.
The same storm system also has Southern Alberta digging out with Calgary getting 14 cm and Lethbridge picking up a whopping 39 cm of snow.