A rain warning is still in effect for Metro Vancouver, however the weather is expected to dry out tomorrow and there is even some sunshine in the forecast.
VANCOUVER, BC: Thursday, September 30. Today’s weather will be humid, with up to 30 millimeters more rain expected to drench the region. Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a rain advisory, saying the rain will likely continue through the day, with the largest amount expected to soak through Howe Sound and the North Shore Mountains. There are likely strong winds as well, with gusts of up to 60 km / h early this morning in central and northern parts of Vancouver, and up to 80 km / h at Howe Sound.
The federal weather agency warns that downpours can lead to flash flooding and water build-up on roads.
During the night, it looks mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain and then the weather should dry out by Friday, with a mixture of sun and clouds, and a high of 15 C.
Looking ahead, the weekend forecast has changed from a previous report of mostly sunny weather to cloudy skies on both Saturday and Sunday, with highs of 14 C and 15 C, respectively. Monday looks the same and then again has a good chance of rain on Tuesday.
Climate: Vancouver, BC
Today: Sometimes heavy rain ending around noon and then overcast with a 60 percent chance of showers. Quantity from 15 to 25 mm. Southeast wind 40 km / h gusting to 60 decreasing to 20 gusting to 40 this morning. Stable temperature about 14. UV index 2 or low.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers tonight. Southeast wind of 20 km / h, becoming light around midnight. Low 10.
Tomorrow: A mix of sun and clouds. High 15. UV Index 4 or moderate.
Source: Environment and Climate Change Canada
Air quality: Vancouver
Zoom in and out to find important incidents or to take a look at a traffic camera.