Wagstaffe's Weather: A little less January for June 15th
Morning showers, afternoon sun for the South Coast
Remember when in one day, the South Coast got everything from rain and hail, to snow and thunderstorms; not to mention a bit of blue sky and a waterspout watch to boot? That was yesterday.
Wednesday's weather will be much improved, although you'll have to get through lingering showers and low cloud to start the day.
And there is still a chance of some high elevation snow again through the morning hours.
Temperatures should get up to 16 C or 17 C for Vancouver — a few degrees warmer than the 14 C we struggled to reach on Tuesday.
By Wednesday afternoon, our stormy low pressure system splits in two. That will leave Vancouver sitting in between the unsettled systems, meaning we won't get the worst of it but we are not out of the woods as far as a stray shower.
While temperatures will steadily climb each day until early next week when we get back into the mid 20s — it's not until Sunday that we can say good riddance, or a sad farewell, to the Fall-like weather.