While Metro Vancouver saw an unprecedented amount of rain on Friday, the slopes of Whistler, B.C. saw a late summer snowfall.
As of Saturday, webcam photos from the top of Whistler and Blackcomb mountains showed a layer of snow on the ground.
Some areas of the mountains, normally popular hiking destinations at this time of the year, were closed due to snow, while others were open to experts only.
Despite the snow up top, the base of the mountains and the village of Whistler were snow-free.
And while snow reached the slopes in Whistler, Vancouver’s local ski areas such as Grouse and Cypress are yet to see any snowcover.