Vancouver Weather Outlook: Clear Skies and Warm Days Ahead

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Current Conditions

Thursday, 20 June 2024

At 2:00 AM PDT, Vancouver International Airport reported clear skies with a temperature of 11°C. The dew point matched the temperature at 11°C, resulting in 100% humidity. Winds were gentle from the west-northwest at 4 km/h, with a visibility of 32 km. The barometric pressure was 101.6 kPa and rising, indicating stable weather.

Detailed Forecast

Today: Sunny with Morning Fog Patches

Vancouver will enjoy sunny weather today. Fog patches are expected in low-lying areas early in the morning. Winds will shift to northwest at 20 km/h as the day progresses. The temperature will reach a high of 22°C near the coast and 27°C inland. The humidex will make it feel like 26°C by the water and up to 30°C inland. The UV index will be 6, which is considered high.

Wardrobe Suggestions

  • Light clothing for the day, especially if you plan to be inland where temperatures will be higher.
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen are recommended due to the high UV index.
  • A light jacket may be needed in the early morning due to cooler temperatures.

Tonight: Clear and Mild

The evening will be clear, with northwest winds at 20 km/h becoming light late at night. The temperature will drop to a mild 13°C.

Friday, 21 June: Bright and Sunny

Friday will be sunny with temperatures reaching 23°C near the coast and 28°C inland.

Night: Cloudy Periods

  • The evening will see cloudy periods with a low of 15°C.

Saturday, 22 June: Sun and Cloud Mix

Saturday will bring a mix of sun and cloud, with a high of 23°C.

Night: Cloudy Periods

  • Cloudy periods will continue into the night, with a low of 13°C.

Sunday, 23 June: Increasing Cloudiness

Sunday will start with increasing cloudiness and a high of 20°C.

Night: Overcast

  • The night will be cloudy with a low of 12°C.

Historic Weather

On this date, the highest temperature recorded in Vancouver was 29.2°C in 1992, while the lowest was 7.4°C in 1952.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? Vancouver’s coastal location often results in mild weather, with fog and rain being more common than extreme temperatures. This unique climate supports lush green landscapes year-round.

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