While a special weather statement isn't in effect for Metro Vancouver right now, the forecast still calls for some soaring temperatures over the next couple of days.
Starting on Tuesday, Aug. 4, Environment Canada calls for bright sunshine and a high of 24°C on the coast and 27°C inland. However, temperatures will feel more like 29°C and 32°C with humidity.
Following this, Wednesday's forecast calls for sunshine with fog patches dissipating in the morning and a high of 25°C on the coast and 29°C inland. In addition, the evening forecast calls for a chance of showers. Thursday's forecast calls for showers during the day and cloudy periods at night with a high of 20°C.
Over the weekend, Friday through Monday is expected to see a mix of sun and cloud with daily highs ranging between 21°C and 23°C and evening lows dipping down to 15°C.
Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast
Environment Canada has revisited its three-month summer forecast to include September. Models show above average temperatures. Right now, the forecast shows the Lower Mainland should see temperatures between 0.5°C and 1°C above average through the season.
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