Langley residents arose Monday morning to find snow blanketing the Lower Mainland.
The snowfall caused several power outages, and forced several Langley schools to start late.
BC Hydro reported at least 3,700 customers in Langley and Aldergrove were affected when a tree fell across a power line, cutting power to an area north of 18th Ave., east of 240th St., west of Mt. Lehman Rd., and south of 56th Ave.
Power Outage Alert at the following schools:— Langley Schools (@LangleySchools) December 6, 2021
North Otter Elementary
Coghlan Fundamental Elementary
Parkside Centennial Elementary
Please take note of a late start for all students attending the schools above – 9:30 a.m. pic.twitter.com/TBKTzZPcog
The school district issued a power outage alert for North Otter Elementary, Coghlan Fundamental Elementary and Parkside Centennial Elementary.
Environment Canada’s forecast is for snow changing to periods of rain by the afternoon.
Snowfall amount expected to total 5 cm.
Tonight, expect periods of drizzle, with temperature steady near plus 3.
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