The extended weather forecasts for Vancouver are in, and if you were hoping for this wet weather to end anytime soon you’re in for a shock.
- Don't believe the hype: Toronto is going to have an average winter this year
- Bundle up, Calgary is in for a freezing cold winter
- The rumors are true, a harsh winter is coming to Montreal
According to Accuweather.com, November and December are likely to be cloudy and wet, with some sunny breaks in between.
The good news is that we might get a little bit of a white Christmas, though as December 25 calls for a mix of sleet and rain.
As for January, well there’s some good news there as it looks like there will be some sunny days to ring in 2017.
When it comes to snow up at Whistler, some experts predict a “monster winter” – and the wet weather closer to the coast certainly indicates the mountains might get a solid blanket of snow.