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Photos: Richmond blanketed by overnight snow

Strong winds are expected on Sunday morning.

Richmond woke up to a white-blanketed city on Sunday morning after an overnight dump of snow.

This morning, the city saw at least 15 centimetres of snow covering the roads and pathways.

The City of Richmond reminds property owners to shovel snow and remove ice on sidewalks onto their own property and not onto the roads.

"Owners and occupants who fail to remove snow and ice are subject to a $70,000 fine," reads the city's Twitter post.

Community members are encouraged to submit their snow photos to the Richmond News by emailing editor@richmond-news.com.

Meanwhile, According to Environment Canada, the snowfall warning for Richmond has ended.

However, a special weather statement calls for strong westerly winds this morning that may combine with falling tree branches with snow to cause potential power outages.

The strong winds will come from over the Straight of Georgia with winds rising to 40 km/h and gusting up to 60 km/h Sunday morning.