After a short break of sunshine over the past weekend, Metro Vancouver’s forecast looks to be returning to its regular schedule of rain.
According to Environment Canada, the Lower Mainland could see seven straight days of precipitation, although Monday and Tuesday look to be lighter than the rest of the week.
Monday’s forecast is mainly cloudy, with wind and periods of rain picking up in the afternoon. Showers will carry through overnight but are predicted to end around noon, with clouds throughout the rest of the day.
The rain picks up on Wednesday and continues over until Sunday, which calls for clouds and a lower chance of showers.
Temperatures look to be fairly mild this week with daytime highs ranging from 7°C and 9°C, and slightly colder overnight lows between 3°C and 7°C.
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