The white stuff is falling in Delta and more is expected to be on the way today.
Environment Canada has a snowfall warning currently in effect for Delta and other areas of Metro Vancouver.
“Snowfall with total amounts of 5 to 20 cm is expected today and tonight,” according to Environment Canada.
Snowfall amounts will vary across the region, Environment Canada notes, adding “the highest amounts are expected over the northern and inland sections of Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley where the snow will persist the longest, until tonight or Wednesday morning.”
Delta police is reminding motorists to be “winter smart” while driving.
It's coming down in most parts of #Delta. Please remember to be winter smart when driving today. Keep your distance, drive for the conditions, and don't forget to clear your car/windows/lights/licence plate etc. of snow. #DeltaPolice #DPD— Delta Police (@deltapolice) February 4, 2020
“Please take your time on the roads. They are very messy,” Delta police Chief Neil Dubord tweeted.
The George C. Reifel Bird Sanctuary advised any potential visitors to call ahead before coming out.
It has been snowing steadily since this morning and accumulating. Phone our office before coming out this way.— George C. Reifel Bird Sanctuary (@ReifelSanctuary) February 4, 2020