Summer is officially here in Vancouver and so it's only right that we get some proper summer temperature rolling in. Vancouver weather is expected to hit nearly 30 C on Sunday, May 10. This number will beat out the likes of even Malibu, California, which expects a temperature of 22 C on the higher end.\nThe Weather Network has released its predictions for the coming weekend of Saturday, May 9, and Sunday, May 10 and we can look forward to some hot and summery days ahead.\nIf you've been counting down the days until a decent sunny day to savour, your dreams are about to come true.\nAccording to the Weather Network's predictions, Saturday's temperatures are going to hit as high as 24 C, but it's going to feel like it's about 26 C.\nSunday's temperatures are going to one-up that stat by reaching 25 C on the high end officially, but it's going to feel even warmer at 27 C.\nThe Weather Network also predicted that certain parts of Fraser Valley will "possibly crack the 30-degree mark."\nWe'll take it, B.C.\nThe patterns are going to continue through Monday as well, so you can add a bit of pep to your step as you head into your workweek.\nThe Weather Network | Website\nWe were curious whether our temperatures were going to beat out the likes of some of the warmer travel destinations that we're all dying to visit. As it turns out, Vancouver is absolutely the place to be.\nCalifornia is seen as a warm, sunny, tropical haven. This week, however? Not so much.\nThe Weather Network predicted that Malibu will see a high of just 22 C on Saturday. The trend will continue into Sunday, which will similarly see a high of 21 C.\nSo if you've been dying to head out to California to bask in their lovely summer weather, it's time to leave those dreams behind and enjoy the Vancouver weather instead.\nHowever, the Weather Network also warned that we need to watch out for a "looming flood threat" as the snow on the mountains begins to melt away. Apparently this is a risk in the coming weeks.\nThe temperature might begin dropping in Vancouver as we move through the week, but for other B.C. residents, you can expect an extended stretch of summer-like weather.\nThis will mostly apply to areas that are far away from "marine influence."\nThis could also be a time for bragging rights, as the rest of the country battles some unusually cold temperatures. Snow in May? No thanks.\nFor now, we can just pull out our sunglasses and experience the best of what summer has to offer.