After days of grey weather, Vancouverites woke up Saturday morning to glints of sunshine peeking through their windows.
The parting clouds and eventual drying off sparked sightings of a massive rainbow across the city.
Many took the time to head outdoors to capture and enjoy the welcoming weather.
At a moderate 9 C, Vancouver's temperature was right where it should be for this time of year — a far cry from its historical low of –6.2 C in 1986.
Environment Canada is forecasting more rain for the Lower Mainland on Sunday, particularly in the afternoon, as a frontal wave pushes in from the Pacific.
However, by Monday afternoon, the system is expected to shift east, leaving B.C. with mild, dry temperatures for nearly a week.