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Has Spring Finally Arrived?

/ 97.3 The Eagle
              It looks like spring has finally come to British Columbia — or at least some parts of British Columbia. Environment Canada says White Rock was the first Metro Vancouver region to hit 20 degrees this year, posting a high of 20.1 degrees Celsius yesterday afternoon. But a spring snowstorm left some regions further north feeling anything but spring-like over the long weekend. Environment Canada says a strong low-pressure storm dumped about 39 centimetres of snow in Braden Road, in northeastern B-C, while Fort St. John got 30 centimetres and Chetwynd was hit with about 22.

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