After setting the record for the longest stretch of no precipitation ending in November, Vancouver’s forecast has returned to its regular schedule of rain.
According to Environment Canada, commuters should make sure to keep an umbrella handy due to seven straight days of precipitation in the forecast.
Tuesday’s showers are expected to cut off in the late morning, although there’s a 60% chance of rain throughout the rest of the day.
Wednesday to Friday’s forecast all include a chance of precipitation, Saturday calls for definite showers and Sunday calls for periods of rain.
Temperatures throughout the week are looking to be milder and slightly warmer than average, with weekly highs between 10°C and 12°C, and lows between 6°C and 10°C.
Stay dry, Vancouver.
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