Snow keeps falling in Langley. Share your pics/videos. (Roxanne Hooper/Black Press)

VIDEO: How much snow do you have?

Langley residents are being asked to share images of their snow to enter for a $20 coffee card.

We’d like to see – through pictures or video – what it looks like in your neighbourhood of Langley.

The snow is coming down – and it appears to be much more than the educated forecasters predicted.

What does it look like in your neighbourhood.

Send us pictures, or video, and you’re automatically entered to win a $20 Tim Horton’s card.

Email to editor@langleyadvance.com or add it to Facebook before 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13, and you could win.

Obviously, we’re looking for pictures from around Langley only, and we ask that you identify the neighbourhood where the picture is taken (ie. Brookswood, Aldergrove, Willoughby, Fernridge, Walnut Grove, Murrayville, Langley City, etc.)

Can’t wait to see your images.

Thanks in advance for sharing.

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