Metro Vancouver fog to be washed out by showers Tuesday
An inversion layer will keep ski slopes warm until next week
Fog will redevelop tonight for coastal sections of Vancouver, but the region will catch a bit of a break from the inversion tomorrow, says CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe.
A Pacific system will approach the B.C. South Coast tomorrow, bringing high clouds, evening showers, and a break from the fog. However, the high-pressure system will strengthen again for Wednesday, bringing the inversion back for the rest of the week.
The inversion layer will continue to help lock in morning fog and cooler temperatures for the coast and valleys right through to the weekend, while bringing blue skies and temperatures in the teens to elevations above 1,200 metres.
It looks like this pattern will hold until early next week when our high-pressure system finally moves out, bringing cooler temperatures to the slopes.
Watch Johanna's video outlook in the player above, and catch her full forecast on CBC News Vancouver at 5 and 6.