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Snow in the forecast for Vancouver

Forecast calls for a chance of flurries Sunday night and below zero temperatures next week

A chance of flurries is in the forecast for Vancouver's first week of December 2016.

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A chance of flurries is in the forecast for Vancouver's first week of December 2016.

After two months of almost non-stop rain, Lower Mainland residents may get a break from the wet stuff this weekend for something fluffier – snow!

Vancouverites could see flurries as early as Sunday night with temperatures dropping to as low as -1 C according to Environment Canada.

“For the transition into the first full week of December next week, it will be a bit of a colder pattern,” meteorologist Ross MacDonald told Metro.

“As we see temperatures dip down to the freezing point, it may be a mixed rain or snow, especially at the higher elevation.”

 Temperatures dip even lower next week with lows around -5 C.

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