Less than a month ago, Vancouver was in a blissful state that saw over 20° temperatures and weeklong sunshine.
Now, taking a look outside, it almost looks as if the City of Vancouver has taken a step back towards gloomy winter rain.
Unfortunately, you’ll want to take out your umbrella and dig out some of your rainwear, as Vancouver is expected to receive a steady dose of rain over the next five days.
The five days of showers are broken up by a single day of sun and clouds, only to be replaced with another few days of rain.
Meanwhile, on the east coast of Canada, Toronto is looking at over a week of sunshine and a high of 25º. Similarly, Montreal is looking at more than seven days of sunshine and a high of 24º.
The impending rain isn’t all bad, however. Although Metro Vancouver may look sad and gloomy, the rain will play a huge part in helping Wildfire BC tackle a recent flux of wildfires in the interior.
The rainy spell likely won’t last long either, as according to the Weather Network’s long-term summer forecast, Western Canada is still in for a hot and dry summer.