It's going to feel like a toasty 27 C in Vancouver today

The Metro Vancouver weather forecast calls for temperatures to feel as high as 27 C with humidity on Monday, July 15.

While the Lower Mainland saw some rain over the weekend, Environment Canada calls for sunshine throughout the day on Monday. The daily high, without humidity, is expected to reach 25 C and a low of 15 C overnight. Following this, the forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 22 C on Tuesday, but temperatures will feel around 25 C with humidity. However, the forecast calls for rain to start on Tuesday night. The rain is expected to carry through the night into Wednesday and taper off in the evening.

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The forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Daily highs are expected to reach between 20 C to 22 C, with evening lows between 13 C to 14 C.

Environment Canada
Environment Canada

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

Metro Vancouver broke its previous record of 27.4 C set in 1999 with a 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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