After a welcome pocket of sunshine and clear skies over the weekend, Vancouver’s forecast appears to be returning to bleak, dreary skies.
Environment Canada is calling for a mix of clouds and precipitation over the next seven days.
Monday is expected to be the last sunny day of the forecast, although the sun will be mixed with clouds and a chance of showers in the morning. More clouds are expected to move in during the evening, with precipitation kicking before Tuesday morning.
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The next six days will alternate between rain and cloudy skies, with dry breaks on Thursday and Sunday. Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday all call for a 60% chance of showers during the day.
Temperatures throughout the week will be fairly consistent. Tuesday is expected to have the coldest daytime temperature of the week (14°C). The daytime high throughout the rest of the week will sit between 17°C and 20°C.
Nighttime temperatures will dwell in the low teens, with lows ranging between 10°C and 14°C.