Vancouver forecast calls for a chance of rain for five days straight

After a relatively toasty long weekend, the Metro Vancouver weather forecast is calling for a chance of rain nearly every day this week

After a relatively toasty long weekend, the Metro Vancouver weather forecast is calling for a chance of rain nearly every day this week.

Starting on Wednesday, July 3, Environment Canada calls for mainly cloudy skies with a high of 22°C. Following this, Thursday is expected to be cloudy during the day with periods of drizzle and a 40 percent chance of showers at night. Friday’s forecast calls for a 40 percent chance of showers during the day and a 30 percent chance at night.

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Saturday’s forecast calls for a 30 percent chance of showers during the day and cloudy skies overnight. Following this, Sunday is expected to see a 30 percent chance of showers during the day and a 60 percent chance at night.

Monday is also expected to see a 60 percent chance of showers during the day, followed by cloudy skies overnight.

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There's a chance of rain every day this week. - Environment Canada

British Columbia saw an impressive 17 weather records broken across the province on Wednesday, 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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