Snow along Terminal Avenue in Nanaimo on Monday, Dec. 6. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

Snow along Terminal Avenue in Nanaimo on Monday, Dec. 6. (Chris Bush/News Bulletin)

More snow expected in Nanaimo through the day

Environment Canada re-issues snowfall warning for Monday, Dec. 6

Nanaimo woke up to snow, and more is expected this morning and afternoon.

Environment Canada re-issued a snowfall warning at 9 a.m., forecasting 5-15 centimetres of snow near the water and up to 25cm inland on Vancouver Island.

“Depending on the location, the snow will gradually transition to rain or wet snow mixed with rain later this morning or early afternoon,” the warning noted.

Motorists are advised to adjust their driving to the conditions and be prepared for changing or worsening travel conditions.

Nanaimo Ladysmith Public Schools are open with school buses running today.

RDN Transit reports that all snow-related detours have been cleared and public transit buses are back on regular routing. For up-to-date information on trip planning, visit http://nextride.nanaimo.bctransit.com.

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