It’s been quite a wintery week for Vancouver, but spring is on the way.
With just 22 days of #snowmageddon officially left (but who’s counting?), The Weather Network has released its national spring forecast to give us the low down on what we can expect.
The days will get longer, but will Vancouver get a warm, sunny spring or a typically rainy one?
“While dramatic swings in weather are a normal part of the season, this spring looks to have a particularly volatile mood,” said Chris Scott, chief meteorologist with The Weather Network.
According to the long-term forecast, “the arrival of consistent spring weather will be delayed this year across the province.”
The bad news is, it’s expected to be cooler than normal during the first half of the season across the province.
This means it will be an extended ski season for most mountains and the interior.
“However, this region will transition to a warmer and drier than normal pattern late in the spring, with a very warm and dry summer expected,” states the forecast.
The good news is – summer will be warm.
So, while warmer temperatures are just around the corner, expect cooler days for now… until summer at least, which is 114 days away (not that we’re counting down to that either…).