For the first time in what seems like forever, Metro Vancouver looks to be in for a warm weekend.
Over the next few days, a surge of warmth from California will work its way north to the West Coast.
What does that mean for Vancouver? It means that come Sunday and Monday, temperatures between 16°C and 18°C will grace the lower mainland.
That’s not a typo, enjoy the first double-digit temperatures of the year!
Vancouver hasn’t seen temperatures this high in nearly four months, since mid-November.
There’s also the possibility for some areas to reach 20°C before Tuesday rolls around. Not only does it give British Columbia some much-needed sunshine and warmth, but it could be the first 20-degree day in Canada for 2018.
Be sure to take full advantage though, as the sun and clear skies will be short-lived. Rain looks to return late Monday and early Tuesday.