While Vancouverites were privy to weeks of straight sunshine this fall, the Halloween forecast is calling for rain.
What’s more, the rainfall caused localized flooding in parts of the city, such as the intersection at Columbia Street near West 2nd Avenue.
Now, the forecast is calling for seven straight days of rainfall, which includes Halloween night.
Of course, the big night isn’t guaranteed to be rainy. Environment Canada predicts a 40 per cent chance of showers during the day, and a 30 per cent chance of showers in the evening. Contrastingly, Tuesday, October 30, calls for rain rather than cloudy with a chance of showers.
Vancouver Halloween Forecast
While the forecast calls for a chance of rain on the big night, that shouldn’t stop you from heading out to explore the spooky festivities. Looking for the best places to go Trick or Treating? Check out our list of epic neighbourhoods here.