This Weekend’s Weather Forecast Calls For Rain And Even Snow In Some Parts

Coquihalla Highway

Although we’re getting closer to June, the weather forecast calls for a weekend of rain and even snow in some parts.

An Environment Canada alert is predicting a mix of rain and snow along several B.C. highways.

So, you may see rain and snow showers along the Coquihalla Highway, the Okanagan Connector and parts of Highway 3.

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The alert also says Highway 3, from Paulson summit to Kootenay Pass, will see 5-10 cm of snow. That same warning extends to the Okanagan Connector.

Meanwhile in Vancouver, Friday will get a mix of sun and clouds, along with 17 degrees.

Vancouver weekend forecast May

Photo: Environment Canada

It’s over Friday night that the rain will return and continue into Saturday morning. That day, Environment Canada calls for 18 degree temperatures, along with a mix of sun and clouds.

Sunday will be more or less the same with a mix of sun, clouds and rain, along with 17 degrees.

The weather forecast calls for a sunnier week afterward, making it a good time to go for a walk, as B.C. parks open back up.

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