With that being said, the short-term forecast calls for some decidedly cooler temperatures. In fact, Environment Canada predicts calls that temperatures will fall as low as minus four on Thursday night, and that they will feel like minus ten with the wind chill.
And while Wednesday's forecast calls for sunshine with increasing cloudiness during the day, the evening is predicted to be cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of flurries. Following this, however, Thursday is expected to be clear. In fact, the rest of the week calls for clear skies with only a mix of sun and cloud on the weekend. With that in mind, the clearer skies offer frigid weather, with the temperature falling to minus four on Sunday.
Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast
Metro Vancouver has seen some unusually cold temperatures this February. According to Environment Canada’s weather data for the month, the average temperature is a low of one degree. The region has seen temperatures as low as minus nine this month, with a wind chill of minus fourteen.
What’s more, the area has received over triple one month’s snowfall in the first two weeks. The average amount of snowfall for February is 6.3 cm; Metro Vancouver received 22 cm and counting in that time period and counting.