Some wildlife actually enjoy the snow. (Richard Lapp)

Snow photos from Sooke News Mirror readers

Snow makes a rare appearance in Sooke

February is shaping up to be quite the wintry month for many on the South Island, including Sooke.

Here are some wintry scenes that’s engulfed our region over the last week or so.

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Snow blankets a beach near Sooke. (Lee-Ann Ruttan)

Sooke Fire Rescue returning from another snow-related accident on Highway 14. (Sooke Fire Rescue)

With schools in the Sooke school district closed, students took advantage of the weather for some fun. (Photo by Sarah Iles)

A B.C. Transit bus slides through the intersectionn at Whiffin Spit Road and Highway 14, due to ice and snow. (Kel Phair)

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