It just wouldn't be fall in Canada if summer didn't come to a screeching halt with no warning. Vancouver fall weather for the next week is proving that the wet season is officially here and we know what that means. Rain, rain and more rain.
The Weather Channel has released the 10-day forecast for the weekend and throughout next week in Vancouver and it's looking pretty grim.
With a high of 26 degrees tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 6, you should probably spend as much time outside as possible before the weather takes an unfavourable turn. It's sunny out there for today and tomorrow and it could possibly be the last of our good weather.
Saturday will be cloudy with 10% precipitation and a high of 22 degrees. Saturday’s forecast is not the worst by any means, but it's not exactly ideal. Though it may not be blue skies, you likely don’t need to cancel any plans. Unfortunately, we can’t say the same for Sunday. Sunday will be rainy and quite humid with 40% precipitation and 78% humidity.
The rest of the week will be a whole lot of the same, with precipitation levels varying from 50% to 30% daily from Monday, Sept. 9 to Monday, Sept. 16 and into the next week.
During this time, temperatures will range from highs of 20 degrees all the way down to lows of 13 degrees.
We hate to say it, but the week of Monday, Sept. 16 will not be any better. In fact, it'll be the exact same. You can expect rain, humidity, and temperature highs around 20 degrees for the next couple of weeks.
As for winter, the 2019 winter in B.C. weather predictions are in. Luckily, it’s nothing we’re not used to. A normal winter is predicted for B.C. this year, meaning rain, snow, slush and plenty of grey skies.
A wet and snowy winter is predicted across the province and temperatures will be hovering just above freezing. In the grand scheme of Canadian weather, it’s really not so bad.
Fall is coming in hot and winter is right on its coattails. Today and tomorrow are as sunny as can be, so you better be out there getting every sun ray you possibly can while it's still an option. This could be the first major rainfall in a long time so get your boots ready because there's no way the ground will be able to absorb all the rain fast enough.
We don't mean to be whistleblowers, but we can't help it. Fall is here, Vancouver. Get those umbrellas out, Raincover is back.