Close Call for the All-Time Record Today: Chance of Showers Tonight! July 31st

  • While the day started off bright and sunny (minus the coastal fog), stratus clouds are already moving in from the south thanks to a a spinning low pressure system that has set-up off the southwest coast
  • Looks like the valley and and the coastal mountains will see a good chance of thunderstorms this afternoon..but they should stay clear of YVR
  • It's this evening and overnight, that a stray shower -may- slide down to YVR. The risk is low but that of course would ruin our all-time July record (since records began 76 years ago) if we get more than trace amounts
  • Tomorrow morning will likely start off cloudy with risk of showers for YVR. We may see some afternoon sun before the showers return Friday
  • Looks like showers will linger through the weekend but hoping for some sunny breaks in there as well, and back to summer-like weather for the holiday Monday
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Fredericton Rain Record
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Dramatic Image Shows North Pole Monitoring Station Floating in a Lake!
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St. Stephen on Friday- Photo by CBC Reporter Matthew Bingley

Global Helium Shortage?

Vancouver Weather

Thursday

Showers

12°C

Friday

Chance of showers

13°C

Saturday

Rain

13°C

Sunday

Showers

12°C

Monday

Rain

12°C