The Surrey and White Rock Public Schools are closed today, after the continuing fall of snow.

Superintendent Jordan Tinney announced the announcement on Twitter around 6 am Monday, saying the crews needed time to clear the city's car parks and walkways.

Schools are closed to students and teachers.

The Langley School District also closed the schools on Monday, but all schools are open to Delta.

A snow warning remains in effect for coastal British Columbia.

"We expect a long period of snow with total amounts of 10 to 15 centimeters," announced Environment Canada early Monday morning. "A second low pressure center in as many days will give more snow to the south coast from this afternoon and will continue until Tuesday morning."

Environment Canada anticipates that this "second disturbance" will spread snow over most of the south coast, with the heaviest amounts falling on Monday night.

The people of Surrey woke up Monday morning to more than a foot of snow, in some areas.