Higher elevations in Metro Vancouver could see wet flurries overnight and tomorrow morning, according to Environment Canada.
In addition to the possible blast of wintery weather, there are “two cells producing lightning and small hail over Metro Vancouver early this evening,” said the weather agency.
“Showers and risk of thunderstorms and small hail continues this evening.”
Two cells producing lightning and small hail over Metro Vancouver early this evening (31st March 2020). Showers and risk of thunderstorms and small hail continues this evening. Wet flurries possible overnight and Wed morning over higher terrain. #BCStorm pic.twitter.com/FnPHvph6wN
— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) April 1, 2020
While the day started off mostly sunny, Metro Vancouverites took to social media to document this afternoon’s grey, stormy conditions.
WOW! Marble sized hail and frequent lightning. This is awesome. SFU. #ShareYourWeather #bcstorm @ensembleator @50ShadesofVan @weathernetwork @KGordonGlobalBC @NEWS1130Weather pic.twitter.com/B6wM3gKGml
— Brad Atchison (@Brad604) April 1, 2020
— John McIntyre (@finewineandgolf) April 1, 2020
— Matt MacDonald (@meteo_matt) April 1, 2020
As for the forecast for the remainder of the week, Environment Canada is predicting a mix of sun and cloud until next Monday.