Up to 2 cm of snow is expected to fall in Greater Victoria, starting Feb. 27. (Back Press Media File Photo)

Snow in the forecast again for Greater Victoria

Winter isn’t finished yet

Bundle up Greater Victoria, there’s a 40 per cent chance of flurries and two centimetres of snow is predicted to start falling before midnight tonight with a low of 0 C according to Environment Canada.

READ MORE: Canadians can expect an abrupt transition to spring: The Weather Network

For Thursday, Feb. 28, a high of 5 C and a low of -2 C is predicted with a 40 per cent chance of flurries as well.

Winter isn’t quite done yet, so keep your gloves and boots handy.

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