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Winter is coming.
Multiple cities across the BC Interior received their first snowfalls of the year this morning. West Kelowna, Kamloops, and more all saw a significant dusting.
Though the snow didn't stick, meteorologist Wesla English explained that it could if evaporation cooling takes effect.
"8 am Sunday. Currently snowing at around 650 m in West Kelowna," wrote English. "Not sticking yet but if it continues to fall heavily, I wouldn’t be surprised if evaporation cooling will cause it to cool enough to stick."
8am Sunday... currently snowing at around 650m in West #Kelowna ... not sticking YET.... but if continues to fall heavily ... I wouldn’t be surprised if it evaporation cooling will cause it to cool enough to stick. #bcstorm @KelownaNow pic.twitter.com/pTn8o7MpQg— Wesla English (@WeslaWong) October 18, 2020
Who's ready for snow?
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