A November 2021 snowfall on the Malahat. (Emcon Services Inc./Twitter)

A November 2021 snowfall on the Malahat. (Emcon Services Inc./Twitter)

Snow in the forecast for the Malahat

Environment Canada predicting temperatures dipping below freezing, flurries

The Malahat could see snow next week with temperatures dipping below freezing.

Environment Canada is predicting a 40 per cent chance of flurries Monday night (Nov. 7) with a low of 0 C. That drops to a 30 per cent chance Tuesday morning, changing to showers as the high is predicted at 6 C.

Tuesday night could see temperatures plummet, with a low of -2 C in the forecast.

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