Reader photos: Oak Bay celebrates a white Christmas

Potential for more snow today across the region

Nadya Chmil determined to build the biggest snowman in Oak Bay on Sunday. (Shelley Chmil photo)

Oak Bay enjoyed a little snow Christmas day with happy little snowmen popping up on lawns across the community.

A sepecial weather statement suggests the region is in for a little more snow today.

According to Environment Canada a frontal system advancing from the Pacific will result in snow developing this morning over BC south coast with snowfall amounts up to five centimetres today.

Snow is expected to change to rain tomorrow over Vancouver Island and parts of Metro Vancouver. Amounts are expected to be highly variable.

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David Blacoe captures the snow in Willows Park Christmas Day. (David Blacoe photo)

Frosty the Snowvan on Falkland Road. (Ron Carter photo)

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