Luna and her owner Brenda Popeniuk enjoyed their walk in the snow Saturday in Willoughby. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

White stuff coats Langley in heaviest snowfall of the season

Langley residents have a day of snow to enjoy before the rain starts again.

Snow blanketed much of Langley after a significant snowfall on Friday.

As Langley residents shovelled driveways or headed outside to enjoy the new winter wonderland, temperatures warmed up slightly.

Environment Canada was predicting rain Saturday night and a chance of showers again on Sunday.

• READ MORE: Langley crews prepare for salting and plowing

Some people decide to revel in the white stuff. A group of alumni from Trinity Western University went for a run in White Rock and one of them posted the footage on Instagram (jdeschiffart).

“The washed up track club was out in fine form today,” Joel De Schiffart said.

 

(Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

Dorian Powell shovelled the driveway of his townhouse Saturday morning. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

(Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

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