Please see below for our latest weather alerts that may be affecting our services. Customers should anticipate delays due to these weather-related incidents, and any updates will be provided as they become available.
Due to a low-pressure system landing in Washington State this evening, the southern part of British Columbia is expecting another round of snow. The outflow winds will result in heavier snowfall of up to 15-20cm in Victoria, Malahat Highway, Southern Gulf Islands, Lake Cowichan, Port Renfrew, and East Vancouver Island from Duncan to Fanny Bay. Snow is expected to taper off by late Tuesday morning on Vancouver Island, and Tuesday afternoon on the mainland side.
Extremely cold wind chill values of -40 are expected to continue this morning, and throughout the week in Alberta; especially overnight and during the early hours of the morning. A warming trend is anticipated by the weekend.
The western half of Canada, especially the prairies, is dealing with temperatures of -30 to -40 due to an atmospheric shift that has brought in a piece of the polar vortex.
A snowfall of 15-25cm is expected over the next 36 hours in southeastern New Brunswick. As the snow continues into Tuesday, it may result in a mixture of rain near the coast.
St. John’s and Avalon Peninsula North are expecting a heavy rainfall of 40-60mm and high-elevation snow of up to 10cm continuing into this evening.