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Metro Vancouver forecast includes freezing temperatures ahead of rainy days

The cold before the wet.

The Metro Vancouver seven-day forecast includes a couple of cold, dry nights ahead of a stretch of possibly wet and slightly warmer weather. 

Starting on Thursday, Feb. 15, V.I.A.'s Downtown Centre Weatherhood station in Vancouver shows a high of 8 C and an overnight low of 3 C. Some cloudy periods are expected through the day but the sun is expected to shine during the afternoon. 

Friday is expected to see a double-digit daytime high of 10 C but temperatures are expected to fall close to freezing overnight. 

Other areas of the Lower Mainland will feel even colder. Port Coquitlam is expected to dip down to freezing overnight Friday, while New Westminster is expected to drop as low as -1 C. 

Saturday looks dry across the region but clouds are expected to start rolling in. Temperatures will climb up a couple of degrees due to heavy cloud coverage. 

Metro Vancouver weather forecast 

Starting Sunday, there is a possibility for some wet weather heading into the working week. However, only modest precipitation amounts are expected, with amounts totalling 2 mm and 4 mm on Monday and Tuesday, respectively. 

Wednesday looks like it will be dry but the forecast could develop in the coming days. 

While Environment Canada isn't expecting a blast of Arctic air over the next few weeks, one could still conceivably occur before the end of winter. Matched with precipitation, it could create another major snow event.

Stay up-to-date with hyperlocal forecasts across 50 neighbourhoods in the Lower Mainland with Weatherhood.