Vancouverites are likely going to wake up to a blanket of snow on Friday, January 10 and you know what that means — your commute is going to be wild. The Vancouver snow forecast is looking grim for those of us heading to class or the office. You might want to rethink your travel plans heading into the weekend.\nVancouver's getting snow for the first time this winter and for the first time in 2020.\nIn fact, it'll even be colder and snowier here than in Toronto which is quite the reversal. They'll probably all be laughing at us as we try to get to work.\nOn Thursday, Environment Canada officially released a snowfall warning. It's in effect for all of Metro Vancouver.\nTheir best-case scenario calls for three to five centimetres of snow followed by up to 20 millimetres of rain.\nHowever, their worst-case scenario is 10 to 25 centimetres of snow followed by little or no rain.\nAccording to TransLink, customers should "plan ahead for potential weather-related delays."\nAnyone who's experienced winter in Vancouver knows the kind of delays they're talking about including slippery, icy roads, buses that never seem to arrive, and train station platforms crowded with commuters.\n1/2 There's been a lot of talk about SNOW for the South Coast & Metro #Vancouver. After pouring over all the details from various models and comparing with historical events, here is the latest forecast.Trace to 25cm?? Yup!See Tweet#2 below for more details.#BCstorm pic.twitter.com/2o3N7pByRC— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) January 9, 2020\nIf you think this weekend is going to be bad, the following week in Vancouver looks even colder and snowier. This upcoming storm could actually be the calm before the real storm.\n2/2 And here are some SNOW forecast details, laying out what we are confident and less confident about.Stay tuned for snowfall warnings.#BCstorm #BePrepared pic.twitter.com/IyCYenbicf— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) January 9, 2020\nVancouver's going to have to hold its breath and see what kind of snowfall they get.\n⚠️ There's a high probability that the windstorm predicted by @ECCCWeatherBC to hit the coast on Friday will impact service from morning through early afternoon. As a result, some sailings may be cancelled for safety reasons. View travel advisory: https://t.co/4DkE13LNrU ^js— BC Ferries (@BCFerries) January 10, 2020\nBC Ferries posted a warning that they might be cancelling upcoming sailings depending on the weather.\nRight now, wind and snow warnings are in effect for much of coastal B.C.\nSnow & ice equipment is prepped. Engineering Operations teams are in place. We're ready to respond. Help us battle winter conditions by doing your part. Learn how: https://t.co/33dD8y0bT8 pic.twitter.com/C4chgmxafg— City of Surrey (@CityofSurrey) January 9, 2020\nHowever, the metro Vancouver municipality of Surrey released a bold video showing how they're prepared to handle all the snow that comes their way.