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Keep those gloves handy: Temperatures expected to dip down to freezing in Metro Vancouver

It's expected to get pretty chilly at night.
The Environment Canada Metro Vancouver weather forecast includes a mixed bag of bright sunshine, showers, and freezing temperatures in March 2023.

Metro Vancouverites might be enjoying mild temperatures and warm sunshine during the day but the overnight lows are slated to get decidedly frigid over the weekend.

Starting on Wednesday, March 22, Environment Canada calls for bright sunshine and a high of 12 C with temperatures falling to 5 C overnight with a 30 per cent chance of showers. Following this, Thursday is expected to be wet with periods of rain and a high of 9 C during the day. 

Friday's forecast includes a 30 per cent chance of showers during the day with cloudy periods overnight.

Heading into the weekend, locals should be able to soak in some pleasant spring weather during the day but the nights. However, the nights are expected to be quite cold.

For example, Saturday's forecast includes a mix of sun and cloud during the day and a high of 8 C but the overnight low is expected to dip down to the freezing mark. Sunday's forecast includes bright sunshine and a high of 9 C during the day but temperatures are expected to dip down to 1 C overnight. 

Next week is looking slightly warmer, as Monday is expected to be sunny with a double-digit high of 13 C and an overnight low of 2 C. Tuesday is also expected to be sunny.

Metro Vancouver weather forecast

Photo via Environment Canada

Have a look at Environment Canada's complete spring forecast for Metro Vancouver.