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Chance of wet flurries remains in Vancouver forecast

A little more of that wet, white stuff could be in our near future
The weather forecast for Metro Vancouver calls for a chance of rain showers or wet flurries Monday and Tuesday (Nov 7-8) and cold temperatures.

Were you among the many across the Metro Vancouver region who saw some snowfall on Sunday? While in most areas of the city it didn't stick, at higher elevations there was definitely a build-up of the white stuff. And that was after the snowfall warning ended

However, a possible repeat of Sunday afternoon's flurries could go down Monday (Nov. 7) and into Tuesday, according to Environment Canada's Vancouver forecast.

Monday is expected to be mainly cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of showers in the morning. Winds are due to pick up to about 40 km/h by midday, and we'll see a chilly daytime high of just 5 C. Tonight, that chance of rain carries through into the wee hours, but as the temp drops to an even chillier 3 C, that moisture could also come down in the form of wet flurries.

Tuesday is set to get underway much the same as Monday, however the 40 per cent chance of rain showers could also possibly be wet flurries. Tuesday's daytime high should hit 6 C, and skies should clear in the morning.

The temperature will drop Tuesday night, heading down to a low of -1 C. The next couple of days are expected to be cold but clear, with clouds - and so far no rain or snow - moving in by the end of the week and into the Remembrance Day long weekend.

The Vancouver, B.C. weather forecast for the week of Nov. 7, 2022. Environment Canada



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