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Let it snow: Okanagan residents get creative with recent snowfall

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December 22, 2020 - 5:30 PM

Snow is on the ground and Okanagan residents are making the most of it.

Stepping outside today, Dec. 22, people are finding all sorts of ways to play in the snow.

Yesterday's snowstorm caused flight cancellations and power outages.

While snow isn't in the forecast for the Thompson-Okanagan until Dec. 26, cooler temperatures are expected this week, according to Environment Canada, which means the snow should stick around until Christmas.

Do you have a snowman, snow women or snow creation photo you would like to share with us? Email us at news@infonews.ca.

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