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Snowfall warning issued as La Niña moves in by Andy Ivens
Thursday, November 25th 2010, 2:34 PM GMT
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For those who have always wanted to learn to ski, this is your year.

The winter of 2010-11 promises to be colder and snowier than average in B.C., as the frosty weather pattern known as La Niña moves in for a long stay, meteorologist Chris Scott told The Province on Wednesday.

Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning Wednesday night for Metro Vancouver, calling for five to 15 centimetres of the white stuff to fall by this afternoon.

“We’re expecting a much more active winter across most of southern, coastal and Interior B.C. than what we saw last winter,” said Scott, forecast operations manager at the Weather Network.

The key to the chilly forecast worldwide is the water temperature in the Pacific near the equator.

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Source Link: theprovince.com