If you're not a fan of humidity, you'll be happy to see some cooler weather in the Metro Vancouver forecast this week — but it's not just the temperature that is expected to change.
Starting on Monday (June 27), Environment Canada calls for a high of 27°C on the coast and a high of 33°C inland; these temperatures will feel more like 30°C and 36°C with humidity, however.
Due to the hot weather, a heat warning is still in effect and there is a risk of heat-related illnesses.
Heading into Tuesday, locals should prepare for the chance of thunderstorms and a 70 per cent chance of showers as an upper low-pressure system moves into the region. Temperatures will also drop significantly, with afternoon temperatures dropping by about 10°C from Monday's scorching inland daily high.
Showers are also included in Tuesday night's forecast, with an overnight low of 14°C. Similarly, Wednesday's forecast includes a 60 per cent chance of showers during the day.
The sunshine is expected to return to the Lower Mainland on Thursday and continue into the weekend.
Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast
Have a look at Environment Canada's summer forecast for the Metro Vancouver region.