In Photos: Kelowna determined to enjoy the snow

Kelowna residents were undeterred by snow Tuesday, as they went about their daily activities.

Brian Shiosaki helped out his neighbours by shovelling their sidewalk, as well as their own, while Dean Martin wore shorts to the dog park.

Martin said he expected the snowfall, with the warmer temperatures Tuesday.

Snow is expected to fall again on Thursday, and on Saturday with a 40 per cent chance of flurries, according to Environment Canada.

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Bradey and his pitbull don’t mind the snow as the head for a walk in Ben Lee Park. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Brian Shiosaki helps his neighbours by shoveling the sidewalk near his home in Rutland during a large snowfall in Kelowna Tuesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News
Dean Martin and with his two border collies, Zoe (left) and Josie, don’t mind the snow while playing catch in the dog park next to the Kelowna Family YMCA in Rutland Tuesday. - Carli Berry/Capital News

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