PHOTOS: Reader submissions of snow around Greater Victoria

Photos from our communities are pouring in as the snow continues to fall in Greater Victoria

While the weather outside is frightful for drivers…many Greater Victoria residents are delighting in the opportunity to play in the snow. Thank you to all of our readers who have sent snow update photos our way. Stay safe, stay warm, and enjoy the fluffy white stuff!

Read more: PHOTOS: Photographers find the beauty in frozen fountains of Greater Victoria

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Rose Lay, age 9, has fun building a fort in the snow in Sidney. (Deidre Lay photo)

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