Vancouver got a frigid dose of Canadian winter on Tuesday. From what we've seen on the internet, it's clear that some people aren't thrilled about it. While the amount of snow in Vancouver is something for Alberta and Ontario would chuckle at, locals don't seem to find the first real taste of winter very funny.\nOn Monday, Environment Canada issued several weather warnings for B.C., stating that a chilly arctic blast was heading for the province. With it, Vancouver could see wind chills as cold as -10 C this week.\nAccompanied by the chilly weather on Tuesday, strange white flakes that meteorologists call “snow” began falling from the sky.\nWhile it only created a light dusting on the city streets, many people weren't prepared. Vancouver Police issued a Twitter warning to drivers, urging them to use extra caution while getting around in this wintery weather.\nThankfully, we can rest easy as the snow looks like it is done for the day, at least in Vancouver. According to Environment Canada, there is a 40% chance of showers on Tuesday with a high of 5 C.\nHowever, the dusting of snow seemed to cause a bit of a stir on social media.\nMight as well stay in, Vancouver is gonna shut down with this whisp of snow lol.— Sean (@beardycanuck03) November 26, 2019\nHey Russ! I don't call the fourth floor, higher ground! WHAAAAT up, it's snowing in Vancouver!#itssnowing #snow #vancouver @NEWS1130Weather pic.twitter.com/iY2Muf8bKR— Michelle Valancius (@yougoventi) November 26, 2019\nThe snow storm of 26th Nov in Langford, BC and I am so afraid to leave the house, its so so deep. What ever shall I do!! Stream, I guess. pic.twitter.com/38JRAcUK9L— xxkaylethxx (@xxkaylethxx) November 26, 2019\nSome people just wanted to cancel the day altogether and we feel that.\nSleety, slushy cr@p falling on my palm and banana trees just now here in Sunshine Hills this is an outrage! #BCStorm #ShareYourWeather @50ShadesofVan @miawgordon— Jay Akerley (@jayakerley) November 26, 2019\nokay sooo. Vancouver is going to undergo a transit strike shut down tomorrow, and it's also slated for snow in the forecast either today or tomorrow.If it snows tomorrow I'm just gonna stay home. 😐— jessica a.m. ☂ (@my2k) November 26, 2019\nYou guys weren't tripping. What you saw just now was snow. 🌨️#yvr #EVan #BCStorm— Ken 🇭🇰 (@kendroiddddd) November 26, 2019\nUm, it’s snowing. Did not see that coming. Forecast says chance of showers.🌨☃️ #vancouver #snow— Laura Luna (@lauralunawrites) November 26, 2019\nSnow is falling at higher elevations, which means slippery road conditions. Please keep your speed down and ensure your vehicle is properly equipped. From Oct 1 to Apr 30 Winter tires are required when travelling on Hwy 99 North of Horseshoe Bay, as well as Cypress Bowl Rd. pic.twitter.com/dhM4r1L7Y1— West Vancouver PD (@WestVanPolice) November 26, 2019\nBut it wasn’t just Vancouver that got snow. Several other parts of the province received a visit from Old Man Winter.\nSo cold!! 🥶🥶#yyjweather #malahat #bcstorm@timescolonist @bc_storm_watch @1023TheWave @TheEagle973 pic.twitter.com/IMnnaRpgE9— Arzzi (@realArzCena) November 26, 2019\nMeanwhile, anyone from Alberta is sitting back and laughing. Seeing as prairie provinces started getting snow back in September, Vancouver should count its blessings.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.