December saw more snow than usual in Fort St. John

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Fort St. John saw more snow than usual this past December, according to Environment Canada. 

Fort St. John saw a total of 51.6 centimetres of snow in December 2022.

Environment Canada said this was about a 93 per cent increase compared to the average December snowfall, which is usually around 26.79 centimetres.

The average snowfall Fort St. John receives in January is around 32.7 centimetres. However, Environment Canada said the area isn’t expected to get a lot of snow in the first few days of the month. 

To learn more, and get accurate weather forecasts and reports, visit Environment Canada’s weather forecast website.

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