Metro Vancouver has been blanketed by a natural phenomenon most scientists have dubbed "snow."
Environment Canada is expecting between 10 and 25 centimetres of the material to drop in southern B.C. and Vancouver Island on Friday and into the weekend.
It could be the biggest storm of this "snow" stuff in a decade, CBC News reports.
The province has been dealing with the strange substance in various ways. Take the swimming team from Burnaby's Simon Fraser University, for example, who decided to jump right into it after a storm earlier this week.
Watch the video above to see their interaction with this "snow" thing.
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