A man walks through pellets of hail on 160 Street near the 24 Avenue intersection Wednesday morning. Parts of Surrey were pelted with hail overnight. (Aaron Hinks photo)

WHAT THE HAIL? : Metro Vancouver blanketed with winter weather

South Surrey pelted with pellets of hail Wednesday morning

Environment Canada is calling for heavy showers this morning in the Lower Mainland, with a risk of hail and thunderstorms, but clearing late in the afternoon.

On Vancouver Island, many regions will enjoy a mix of sun and cloud today but the rainy weather will continue into early next week.

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