A Pacific system is bringing cloud cover and overnight drizzle to B.C., but it is clearing out the fog and warm mountain temperatures for one day, says CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe.

The break does not last long though. After some lingering morning drizzle, a high-pressure system will build it back in tomorrow afternoon. That means our inversion re-establishes itself, bringing back the dry weather with possible strata and fog developing each night and lingering through the day, and continuing warm temperatures.

This pattern will stick around right through to Sunday, with afternoon temperatures struggling to get out of the 5 C to 7 C range, and 0 C to 1 C overnight. Temperatures in the mountains will be into the double digits all week.

At this point, it looks like the ridge starts to break down on Monday, finally dropping to freezing levels, but rain and needed snow holds off until the middle of next week.

Watch Johanna's video outlook in the player above, and catch her full forecast on CBC News Vancouver at 5 and 6.

After a Pacific system clears out the fog, it builds back tomorrow