Metro Vancouver residents woke up to their significant snowfall yesterday morning, and flurries continued throughout the day; however, Wednesday, December 20th, is bright and sunny with temperatures reaching 4°C during the day.
Now, the Metro Vancouver forecast is calling for possible snowfall on Thursday, December 21st, in the late afternoon. Temperatures will fall to -2°C on Wednesday night, but rise up to 3°C the next day.
Metro Vancouver Forecast Calls For Snow
Friday is expected to be mostly clear and dry, with a mix of sun and cloud; however, skies completely clear up on Saturday during the day. As a result, the temperature will drastically fall to -7°C overnight. Owing this, the following Sunday will only reach 0°C during the day, and the evening stays cold at around -4°C. In addition, it may begin to snow.
On Monday, which is Christmas Day, the Metro Vancouver region could wake up to snowfall, and the forecast calls for a 60% chance of flurries through the day. What’s more, the flurries may continue through the night and even into boxing day.
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