Vancouver weather forecast calls for chance of rain this weekend

While Vancouverites will enjoy another day of sunshine on Friday, Sept. 6, the Metro Vancouver weather forecast calls for a chance of rain this weekend.

Environment Canada calls for sunshine and a high of 23 C and 29 C inland on Thursday. However, temperatures will feel more like 28 C and 34 C, respectively. Friday’s forecast calls for sunshine and a high of 24 C and 27 C inland, but temperatures will feel more like 28 C and 30 C inland with humidity.

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Saturday is expected to be cloudy with a high of 20 C, and Sunday’s forecast calls for a 70 per cent chance of showers in the evening. Monday’s forecast also calls for a 70 per cent chance of showers, while Tuesday’s forecast calls for a 60 per cent chance of showers in the morning and a 30 per cent chance in the evening.

Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast

Environment Canada
Environment Canada

Back in April, Environment Canada told Vancouver Is Awesome that the Lower Mainland would likely see above average temperatures in late spring and into summer. It noted that the summer season would likely be warmer overall. These above-average temperatures are expected to continue into the autumn season.

Environment Canada has also stated that Vancouver will see above average temperatures this upcoming winter. However, it also states that it cannot comment on how much precipitation the Lower Mainland will receive. Find out more information about the frosty season here.

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