It might not be a lot, but it's a sign that the hot Fall weather has officially ended.
Over the course of Monday (Oct. 31) night and Tuesday (Nov. 1) morning, the community got blanketed with a thin coat of snow.
The cold weather was able to allow the snow to stick around and not immediately melt.
This is just the beginning of the snowfall this week as Environment Canada is forecasting about two more centimetres of snow on Tuesday night and an additional five centimetres coming in on a frigid Wednesday (Nov. 2).
The high on Wednesday will also mark the first day completely in the negatives for the season.