Vancouver returns to glorious sunshine after 19 days of rain

The sun is shining, the mountains are back and the weather gods are promising us more of the same.

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Hello sunshine! (Jared Thomas/CBC)

The sun is shining, the mountains are back and the blossoms don't look rained over anymore. 

Did you forget what the sun looked like? It sure felt like it as the weather station at the Vancouver airport recorded 19 consecutive days of rain.

Finally, the clouds are lifting and CBC's meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe says the city should get a few days of glorious sunshine. 

Here are some of photos shared by CBC journalists and on social media by Vancouverites.

Cherry blossoms in the sunshine (Christer Waara/CBC)
Clouds giving way to sun at Mt. Seymour. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)
Cloud action at Port Metro Vancouver (Jared Thomas/CBC)


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