You're going to want to dress warmly over the next couple of days in Vancouver--or simply avoid going outside at night.
While temperatures should sit around zero or just below during the daytime, they are expected to dip extremely low overnight.
On Tuesday, Feb. 9, the forecast calls for a low of -3°C, but with the wind chill, it will feel more like -5°C. Wednesday is expected to see some flurries with up to 2 cm of snowfall accumulation, and a high of zero. However, temperatures will dip down to -8°C at night but will feel more like a frigid -16°C with the wind chill.
Environment Canada's weather statement is still in effect, which calls for temperatures 5 to 10 degrees below the seasonal average.
Additionally, Arctic Outflow warnings are possible for the Fraser Valley, the Sea to Sky corridor and the Central Coast beginning Wednesday night as wind chill values approach minus 20.
Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast
Vancouverites were treated to a magical, albeit short-lived, snowfall event yesterday. However, the forecast is calling for several other 'snow-portunities' in the days to come.