White ‘Wolff

Snow stayed for just a couple of hours Tuesday, enough to cause traffic jams and a little fun on the slopes

Andrea DeWolff runs down a snowy hill at Bonson Park in Pitt Meadows with her son Carter and excitable Labrador dog Royal on Tuesday. Snow has played havoc with traffic in parts of the Lower Mainland yesterday and more was forecast overnight. Environment Canada predicted Maple Ridge could see more than five centimetres by Wednesday morning. Other parts of the Fraser Valley were expected to receive as much as 15 cm. However

Andrea DeWolff runs down a snowy hill at Bonson Park in Pitt Meadows with her son Carter and excitable Labrador dog Royal on Tuesday. Snow has played havoc with traffic in parts of the Lower Mainland yesterday and more was forecast overnight. Environment Canada predicted Maple Ridge could see more than five centimetres by Wednesday morning. Other parts of the Fraser Valley were expected to receive as much as 15 cm. However

Environment Canada predicted Maple Ridge could see more than five centimetres by Wednesday morning. Other parts of the Fraser Valley were expected to receive as much as 15 cm. However, hopes for a white Christmas will likely be dashed by daily showers and highs ranging from 6-8 C.