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Last week's cold weather may be winter's last gasp in Langley

It may or may not have been winter’s last gasp, at least in Langley. The clear, cold days of last week ended on Saturday in brilliant sunshine, and down on the shore of the Fraser River at Derby Reach Park, Patricia Tallman found there was no shortage of ice. It is rapidly disappearing with the usual February rains this week. - Alyssa O
It may or may not have been winter’s last gasp, at least in Langley. The clear, cold days of last week ended on Saturday in brilliant sunshine, and down on the shore of the Fraser River at Derby Reach Park, Patricia Tallman found there was no shortage of ice. It is rapidly disappearing with the usual February rains this week.
— image credit: Alyssa O'Dell/Langley Times
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