The Metro Vancouver Weather forecast calls for some pleasant spring temperatures over the next couple of days as well as some bright sunshine.
Environment Canada calls for clear, sunny skies and a high of 19°C inland on Friday, March 29. Following this, the evening is expected to be clear and drop down to a low of 5°C.
Saturday’s forecast also calls for bright sunshine with a high of 18°C inland during the day and a low of 6°C overnight. Sunday is expected to see a mix of sun and cloud during the day with a high of 13°C. However, the forecast calls for a 40 per cent chance of showers in the evening.
Monday and Tuesday are expected to see rainfall.
Metro Vancouver Weather
On Wednesday, March 20, a jaw-dropping 48 weather records were broken across B.C. What’s more, some areas saw soaring highs of nearly 26°C.
For example, the Agassiz Area broke its old record of 21.7°C set in 1915 with a summery high of 25.8°C. Likewise, the Squamish Area broke its old record of 21°C set in 1999 with a toasty 25.9°C daily high.
The Weather Network has updated its spring forecast for the province, and it calls for warmer weather as well as, “a heightened threat for flooding from rapid snow melt in the alpine regions.”