No sooner has Halloween passed, and the North Shore mountains in B.C. saw some of their first winter snowfall.
— Grouse Mountain (@grousemountain) November 1, 2015
Grouse and Cypress have yet to announce their first day of the season.
The slush-like conditions even led skiers and snowboarders at Whistler to don wetsuits for a "surf."
And this winter's forecast doesn't bode well. Matt MacDonald, a meteorologist at Environment Canada, told Global News that with higher than normal temperatures and most of the snowfall will come down as rain.
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