The Vancouver weather forecast is calling for some decidedly toasty temperatures over the next couple of days.
Starting on Thursday, May 28, the forecast calls for mainly cloudy skies with a high of 21°C except for 25°C inland. However, temperatures are expected to feel more like 27°C with humidity. On Friday, the forecast calls for more balmy weather, with a high of 22°C except for 28°C inland. Once again, temperatures will feel more like 25°C and 31°C with humidity.
Saturday is expected to be cloudy during the day with a high of 20°C; the evening forecast calls for rain. Sunday is expected to see periods of rain throughout the day and cloudy periods overnight. In addition, the evening is expected to be cool, with temperatures dipping down to 9°C.
The sunshine is expected to return for the first day of June, with Monday's forecast calling for a mix of sun and cloud during the day and a high of 19°C; the overnight forecast calls for cloudy periods.
Following this, however, Tuesday and Wednesday's forecasts call for a 60 percent chance of showers.
Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast
Earlier this month, the province smashed 17 temperature records on Mother's Day.
The sizzling daily highs lured Vancouverites out to local beaches in droves this month. And while there is signage directing beach-goers to maintain a safe, two-metre physical distance from one another, a number of photos taken at beaches over Mother's Day weekend have some people questioning if the rule is being followed.
Carmen Hart, Meteorologist, Environment Canada, tells Vancouver Is Awesome in a phone call that the forecast for the rest of May and into June shows above-average temperatures. Read more HERE.