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Cold Weather And Snow To Stick Around

Traffic moves slowly along Cook Street in Victoria as snow falls lateTuesday morning. The greater Victoria area can expect snow showers to continue over the next few days. - Don Denton/News Staff
Traffic moves slowly along Cook Street in Victoria as snow falls lateTuesday morning. The greater Victoria area can expect snow showers to continue over the next few days.
— image credit: Don Denton/News Staff

Greater Victoria experienced a little bit of every kind of winter weather Tuesday ranging from snowstorms to sunshine but it's the snow and cold that's expected to stick around for the next few days at least. Residents can expect more snow on Wednesday and Thursday but friday should see the return of rain.

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