Some cooler, wetter weather might be making its way into Vancouver.
But before it does, locals will have the chance to soak in a few days of increasing daily temperatures and mostly sunshine.
V.I.A.'s weather forecasting platform, Weatherhood, provides detailed, neighbourhood-specific forecasts for places across the Lower Mainland that include metrics like temperature, precipitation, air quality, humidity, and wind pressure.
You can use an interactive map to look at 14 different Weatherhood stations across the City of Vancouver alone, including UBC, Jericho, Downtown Vancouver, Dunbar, Kerrisdale, Mount Pleasant, Kitsilano, Granville Island, Yaletown, Stanley Park, False Creek, Strathcona, and Hastings Sunrise.
Starting on Wednesday, Sept. 13, Downtown Vancouver is expected to see a high of 21 C with a few clouds, according to V.I.A.'s Downtown Centre Weatherhood station. Granville Island is expected to be just slightly cooler, reaching a high of 20 C. The Mount Pleasant area is expected to see the same daily high (20 C).
Metro Vancouver weather forecast
Looking ahead, Thursday's temperatures should increase by a couple of degrees, and bright sunshine is expected. Similarly, Friday's forecast looks like it might be warmer, while Saturday is expected to cool off by several degrees as the clouds roll back in.
Sunday's forecast includes a 63 per cent chance of showers as temperatures fall to a high in the mid-teens, marking a striking departure from highs in the mid-20s expected heading into the weekend.
Monday looks like it has the best chance of being wet, with an 80 per cent chance of showers expected. Temperatures are also expected to be cool, albeit a pinch warmer than Sunday.