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Snow and below-freezing temperatures seen in Vancouver as Christmas approaches

Snow and below freezing temperatures expected in Vancouver as Christmas approaches

Key Takeaway:

  • As Christmas Day approaches, Vancouver is expected to get some wintry weather.
  • A high of 1 C is expected to start the week off, with sunny skies, and overnight that’ll drop to -4 C.

As Christmas Day approaches, Vancouver is expected to get some wintry weather.

While the weekend saw warmer temperatures, starting Monday, Dec. 20, things will stay a bit cooler. A high of 1 C is expected to start the week off, with sunny skies, and overnight that’ll drop to -4 C.

Vancouver is expected to get some wintry weather. Image: vancouverisawesome

Tuesday is when the clouds are expected to arrive, with a mix of weather forecasts; Environment Canada expects flurries, showers, and sun through the daytime. As the evening comes, snow and rain will arrive with it. Highs during the day may only be 1 C, and they’ll hover around 0 C at night. 

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That system will stick around for a while, with both Wednesday and Thursday forecast to see a high of 3 C. Rain, showers, and in some cases, flurries are expected throughout.

Friday, aka Christmas Eve Day, will see a slight drop during the day, with a high of 2 C and snow or rain falling. That evening Environment Canada is expecting temperatures to drop down to -4 C with snow still falling.

Christmas Day, the furthest Environment Canada is forecasting online right now, is expected to see a high of 0 C.

With periods of snow.

Source-CTV News

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