At least you won't have to go through this in Delta

They were getting the white stuff at the higher elevations but don’t expect snow down here for a while.

The Environment Canada forecast for Metro Vancouver, as of this afternoon, has the Lower Mainland region having a chance of showers for today and showers tomorrow.

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It will be mostly cloudy Friday and back to rain on Saturday before the sun finally comes out on Sunday.

The temperature will be at a high of eight degrees today (Wednesday) during daytime and it will be around that range for the rest of the week, a little higher than the average for this time of year.

With thousands of catch basins in the City of Delta, residents can help by clearing leaves from them to help reduce neighbourhood flooding.

To report non-emergency flooding, fallen trees and branches call 604-946-4141 or use the city’s TalkDelta app at www.delta.ca/talkdelta.

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