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Frigid temperatures in Metro Vancouver for coming week

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DH Vancouver Staff Dec 28, 2014 11:23 am

A strong arctic outflow will arrive at the southern regions of British Columbia later in the day and prevail for at least a week.

According to Environment Canada, beginning on Monday in Metro Vancouver, the temperature will hover at the freezing mark with a low of -6°C and a high of 3°C at daytime. Temperatures will be between 5 to 10°C below seasonal.

Sunny conditions are expected to persist for most of the week until Thursday evening when a Pacific frontal system arrives, bringing the possibility of snowfall during the weekend.

The arctic outflow influence is not expected to leave the region until early next week.

Vancouver International Airport

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Image: Environment Canada

Abbotsford

december 28 2014 abbotsford weather
Image: Environment Canada

Squamish

december 28 2014 squamish weather
Image: Environment Canada

Whistler

december 28 2014 whistler weather
Image: Environment Canada

 

Feature Image: Cold temperatures via Shutterstock

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