Vancouver forecast calling for a ‘chance of wet flurries’

Spring has sprung in the Lower Mainland, but the forecast still calls for some frigid overnight temperatures.

The Vancouver weather forecast this week is calling for a chance of wet flurries over higher terrain as the evening low is expected to dip down to a chilly 2°C.

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Starting on Tuesday, Environment Canada calls for a mix of sun and cloud during the day with 30 per cent chance of showers during the morning. Following this, the evening forecast calls for a 40 percent chance of showers. However, it notes that there is a, "40 per cent chance of wet flurries over higher terrain late this evening and overnight."

On Wednesday, the forecast is also calling for a 40 per cent chance of showers in the morning and early in the afternoon, with a "40 per cent chance of wet flurries over higher terrain early in the morning." The evening is expected to be cloudy and drop to a frigid 1°C.

During the day, Thursday is expected to see a mix of sun and cloud, while the evening is expected to be cloudy.

Over in Chilliwack, locals are expected to see some frigid overnight temperatures this week, with the forecast calling for lows of 1°C on Tuesday night and -3°C on Wednesday night. The forecast is also calling for a 40 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries late Tuesday evening and overnight. What's more, there is a, "40 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries in the morning" on Wednesday.

Chilliwack Weather Forecast

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Image: Environment Canada

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