Hot, hot, hot: It is going to feel like a sizzling 34 degrees in Metro Vancouver today

The sizzling temperatures are expected to continue through Wednesday

The Metro Vancouver weather forecast is calling for some decidedly toasty temperatures this week that are expected to feel as hot as 34°C inland.

On Monday, Aug.6, Environment Canada is calling for bright sunshine and a high of 25°C with a humidex of 30°C. Similarly, inland temperatures are expected to reach a high of 29°C but feel more like 34°C with humidity.

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The sizzling temperatures are expected to continue through Wednesday, with a high of 20°C that will feel more like 29°C with humidity. Inland temperatures are expected to climb as high as 28°C but feel as high as 32°C with humidity. The forecast also calls for fog patches which will dissipate in the morning.

The clear skies are expected to continue into Thursday, with the forecast calling for a mix of sun and cloud on Friday and Saturday. However, Saturday’s forecast calls for a 30 per cent chance of showers in the evening.

Sunday is expected to be cloudy, and Monday’s forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud.

British Columbia saw an impressive 17 weather records broken across the province back on June 13 due to a very strong ridge of high pressure.

The Vancouver Area broke its previous record of 27.4°C set in 1999 with a toasty high of 29.1°C. Similarly, the White Rock Area set a new daily high of 30.9°C, which broke its previous record of 29.4°C set in 1932.

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