According to Environment Canada, Vancouver just had its coldest February since records began in 1937. The average daily temp was just 0.3C compared to the 30 year average of 4.9C.
The city also made it into the top 10 snowiest Februarys ever with 31.2cm (12.3 inches) of the white stuff falling. The record, 61cm (24 inches), was set in 1949.
February in Vancouver saw 13 days when snow fell — 11 days more than the average for the month.
And Victoria had its snowiest February on record with 68.3cm (26.9 inches) of snow, reports Environment Canada.
According to CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe, the long range outlook for the region is for the colder than average temperatures to continue.
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