Black ice and treacherous driving conditions created problems once again for Metro Vancouver commuters on Monday morning.
In Coquitlam, at least 20 cars were caught in a pile up on the Cape Horn interchange before 6 a.m. The on and off-ramps were shut down and RCMP asked drivers to avoid the area.
The highways have since re-opened.
There were also two crashes on the Sea-to-Sky Highway between Squamish and Horseshoe Bay affecting traffic: one at Murrin Lake and another at Ansell Place.
Environment Canada warned that up to nine centimetres of snow is expected for the South Coast Monday night and into Tuesday.