A jetstream is dragging down cool and unsettled air, meaning more showers and below seasonal temperatures in B.C. for the next couple of days, says CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe.

Rounds of showers and large cumulus clouds may bring a stray thunderstorm to the South Coast this afternoon and evening. Another wave of moisture moves inland tomorrow morning for a wet start to Wednesday. Temperatures remain at least 3 C to 4 C below our seasonal of around 16 C for this time of the year.

After Wednesday though, a nice ridge of high pressure pushes into our area bringing sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures for Thursday and the first half of Friday.

Many people will be saying good riddance to September after most rainfall totals across the South Coast came in almost double the September averages.