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Looking at Victoria’s winter

Nikki Stone and her daughter Chloe, 9, take a close look at a frozen piece of ice at the pond at Beaver Lake Park on Sunday. - Sharon Tiffin/News staff
Nikki Stone and her daughter Chloe, 9, take a close look at a frozen piece of ice at the pond at Beaver Lake Park on Sunday.
— image credit: Sharon Tiffin/News staff

Nikki Stone and her daughter Chloe, 9, take a close look at a frozen piece of ice at the pond at Beaver Lake Park on Sunday.

The chilly average temperatures hovered close to zero across Greater Victoria last weekend. It is expected to stay dry but cool throughout the week.

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