It wasn’t enough. Another Snowstorm has hit Greater Vancouver this afternoon. It is predicted up to 15 centimetres of snow then growing into a larger storm later in the evening. It’s got the makings of a snowy week. Followings are some of scene that I stole from Vancouver Sun and from other site.
Hope, I could make it to my cubicle tomorrow morning thru slippery roads.
(Update) Driving conditions weren’t bad at all coming to the work this morning. Snow removal crews across Greater Vancouver did good job in the battle to keep traffic moving throughout stormy nite on most of main roads. Environment Canada’s McIntyre said Vancouver has also already set a snow record for the amount of accumulation in any November, but said the 31 centimetres that had fallen as of Wednesday afternoon comes nowhere close to the record 121.9 centimetres — 47 inches — that fell in January 1971. Without question, I miss mass public transportation in Metropolitan Seoul under these weather conditions.