Mainly Dry for the Trick-or-Treaters Tonight...Oct 31st
- Light drizzle and mist have been falling across the south coast since yesterday evening. 2-10 mm fell since yesterday for the Vancouver area with light precip and low clouds continuing for the next few hours
- Conditions will improve towards the afternoon, and parts of Vancouver may see a glimpse of the sun.. but generally overcast skies for trick-or-treaters tonight
- Temperatures for the little ones will be be fairly mild, between 8-10 degrees for the evening hours. The best chance for showers this evening will be out towards the valley - Abbotsford, Chilliwack and possible the north shore for later on in the night
- Mainly cloudy skies will dominate for most of tomorrow but the next round of rain will hold off until tomorrow evening
- By Friday night a frontal system packing a fair bit of punch will move inland bringing 15-30+mm of rain to the south coast along with gusty winds right through to Sunday morning
- Improving conditions as cooler air filters in for Sunday but best chance of a blue sky day not until Monday
- Depending on much more rain we get today (a few more mm), Vancouver will likely not make it through to the driest or second driest October on record but with under 30 mm this month, that is well under the monthly average of 112 mm
Halloween Storm for Southern Ontario Tonight
- An intense low pressure system is developing over the Southwestern U.S. will track into Southern Ontario today.
- Heavy rain associated with this system is expected over the Bruce Peninsula and areas east of Georgian Bay. The rain is forecast to persist today and throughout the night with totals of 50-60 mm before the rain tapers off Friday morning. Rainfall warnings are in place
- The storm will also bring strong winds to Southern Ontario this afternoon with gusts to 50-60 km/h.
- Winds will continue to increase into this evening and overnight for a howler of a Halloween for trick-or-treaters. Decorations and costumes will take a beating! Wind warnings in place for parts of the shores of Erie & Ontario for winds up to 100 km/h. Winds of this magnitude could bring down trees and power lines.
- Rain and winds will begin for Quebec tonight and Quebec City is already under a rainfall warnings
- This will the Maritime's story for tomorrow with heavy rain and strong winds
- Check Environment Canada for the latest warnings & watches