The snow is falling … but it won’t last

Jan 8, 2019 | News

By George Le Masurier

Snow starting falling in the Comox Valley today, and forecasters expect between 5 cm to 20 cm to fall throughout the day. But enjoy the snow while it’s here. It will start raining overnight, and probably be gone by Wednesday morning.

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