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Vancouver weather: 7-day forecast includes sunshine, summer-like temperatures

Temperatures are expected to climb by around 6 C in the coming days.

The seven-day Vancouver weather forecast features a stretch of warm, sunny days following a parade of storms over the weekend.

V.I.A.'s Downtown Centre Weatherhood station includes a high of 18 C and a low of 10 C with a mix of sun and cloud (see slide two).

The northern lights may also be visible low on the horizon from Metro Vancouver on Wednesday night.

Temperatures are expected to climb on Thursday, reaching a high of 20 C and dropping to 11 C overnight in the city.

Friday's forecast includes the hottest temperature of the week, with a high of 24 C and a low of 13 C expected. 

The weekend forecast includes daytime highs around 20 C and lows between 12 C and 14 C in the downtown core. 

Temperatures are expected to drop slightly by Tuesday, with a daytime high of 18 C expected. 

Metro Vancouver weather forecast includes a warm summer and a "wetter" June 

Environment Canada expects nearly all of Canada will see temperatures a bit warmer than average over the summer except for Vancouver Island.

But June's forecast includes wetter-than-average conditions. 

Environment Canada meteorologist Chris Doyle told V.I.A. in a previous interview that the weather models show a "strong" signal for above-average precipitation this month. 

"Usually it isn't like that," he told V.I.A., highlighting how precipitation forecasts typically have less confidence than ones predicting temperatures. 

"For June, at least, we are looking a little bit wetter-but we had a fairly wet start. The wet weather could have come already," he said. 

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