Ski hills in the Okanagan were covered in powder Tuesday morning as several inches of snow fell overnight.
Big White near Kelowna saw 18 centimetres of snow overnight, leading to a 185 centimetres base.
Over at Silver Star, 3 centimetres fell overnight and the base sits at 178 centimetres.
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To the northeast, Revelstoke Mountain Resort saw one centimetre fall overnight, leading to a base of 207 centimetres.
Apex Mountain Resort by Penticton saw 6 centimetres overnight for a base of 110 centimetres.