Fall for the beauty of the season by sipping on a PSL and soaking up all the colours Autumn brings. Fall foliage in Vancouver is apparently going to be extra vibrant this year, and we’re here for it.
The Weather Network released their Fall forecast and it includes warmer weather than usual. The above normal temperatures mean less rain fall in Vancouver than we’ve seen in previous seasons.
“After a rather cool start to the season (so far during September), milder than normal temperatures are expected for the heart of the fall season across British Columbia,” says Meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
As a result, Fall foliage in Vancouver will take longer to peak this season but once it does it will be well worth the wait, and more colourful than ever. According to The Weather Network, the dominant storm track for much of autumn will be across northern B.C., bringing above normal precipitation to the region.
Much like the cherry blossoms that bloom in Spring, many people look forward to seeing the vibrant colours of red, orange and yellow take over the city.
I mean just look at it.
Fall Foliage In Vancouver
While we wait for the abundance of colours to make their appearance, there are lots of ways to enjoy Fall. Check out these lesser-known hikes to embrace Fall in Vancouver or these 53 things you have to do in Richmond and Delta this season.