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Bring your umbrella: Vancouver forecast includes days of rain, climbing temperatures

A wetter trend is expected this week.

The Vancouver forecast includes some wet weather this week but locals won't face any more torrential downpours too soon. 

Currently, on Tuesday, May 21, V.I.A.'s Trout Lake Weatherhood station shows roughly 20 mm of rain and a high of 12 C with a low of 9 C (see slide two). 

Temperatures should climb significantly on Wednesday, with a high of 19 C expected. There is also a slight chance (10 per cent) that roughly 9 mm of rain could fall.

Thursday's forecast includes similar temperatures, with a high of 19 C predicted. However, it isn't expected to rain and locals could enjoy a mix of sun and clouds. 

Friday should see a return to showers, with an 83 per cent chance of around 13 mm of precipitation expected. 

Saturday and Sunday have roughly a 50-50 chance of light rain. 

Heading into next week, Monday is also looking wet, with a 52 per cent chance of 27 mm of rainfall. 

Vancouver weather forecast 

Other weather stations in the city show similarly showery conditions, although some areas are expected to be slightly cooler. For instance, the Downtown Centre neighbourhood is expected to reach a high of 16 C on Wednesday (compared to 19 C at Trout Lake). 

Granville Island is also expected to reach a high of 16 C on Wednesday, while Hastings-Sunrise should rise to 19 C. The Dunbar neighbourhood is expected to get to a high of 17 C.

June and July are expected to experience above-normal temperatures across Canada, including in the Lower Mainland. 

Stay up-to-date with hyperlocal forecasts across 50 neighbourhoods in the Lower Mainland with V.I.A.'s Weatherhood.