Vancouver's Weather In October Is Breaking All Kinds Of Records Even If It Is Miserable AF​

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Vancouver's Weather In October Is Breaking All Kinds Of Records Even If It Is Miserable AF​

Vancouver's miserable weather may be a sharp contrast from summer but the city is breaking records.

It was the coldest October 13 since records began in 1937. According to Environment Canada's historical statistics, the daily high was 9.9 degrees.

In comparison, October 13 in previous years saw temperatures nearly peaking at 22 in the early 1960s. For most years, seasonal temperatures fluctuate between 12 and 16 degrees.

Earlier in October, The Weather Network said that Vancouver was heading for its coldest Thanksgiving since 2008, as temperatures barely reached double digits.

Multiple avalanche warnings have been issued across western Canada due to milder weather conditions and a "problematic" snowpack.

According to Avalanche Canada and Parks Canada, a special public avalanche warning is in effect for North and South Columbias, Purcells, Kootenay Boundary, and Glacier, Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay National Parks.

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Ontario's Snowstorm Could Be The Biggest In Years & Some Spots Are Getting Up To 50 cm

So many blizzard warnings have been issued, so you may want to stay home today! 🥶

Read the latest updates on Ontario weather here.

Ontarians who haven't taken a look outside their windows yet this morning may be in for a chilling surprise because the province is getting covered by blankets of snow.

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A tsunami advisory is in effect for parts of B.C. after a volcano erupted near Tonga.

The underwater volcano in the Pacific Ocean erupted on Saturday, sending large waves crashing across the shores of the South Pacific islands and flooding Tonga's capital city Nuku'alofa.

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Parts of B.C. are expected to get 72 hours of non-stop rain, and there is a risk of flooding.

Around 100 mm of rainfall is expected in the Vancouver area this week, which is used to some soggy weather. This time though there are some other factors at play that could cause havoc, according to The Weather Network.

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