Winter driving conditions were the centre of mass disruptions around the Lower Mainland Monday in multiple categories.
The day started with countless motor vehicle accidents that were scattered throughout highways and city streets. Notably, a semi-truck jackknifed under an overpass on Highway 1. The accident was westbound at 264th street in Langley and caused major delays.
Elsewhere, all major bridges had vehicle incidents throughout the day, including extensive delays at times on the Port Mann in both directions, the Lions Gate, and the Second Narrows.
Winter weather is expected to continue throughout the week, and Environment Canada is calling for well below seasonal temperatures. Vancouverites can expect more snow on Tuesday night.