iN PHOTOS: Love it or hate it, snow has arrived in Kamloops

Snow falling in downtown Kamloops today, Nov. 2.

KAMLOOPS - Residents in Kamloops woke up to snowfall this morning.

A blanket of snow can be seen across the city today, Nov. 2, as temperatures are around the freezing point in the Tournament Capital.

Environment Canada expects five to 10 centimetres of snow in Kamloops before it turns to flurries around midnight.

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Snow dance ??

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????Fuck yes!!!!????

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