Vancouver Weather Update: Clearing Morning, Cloudy Evening

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Current Conditions and Forecast

Today in Vancouver

As of 4:00 AM PDT on Saturday, June 22, 2024, the weather in Vancouver is mostly cloudy with a temperature of 16.2°C. The humidity stands at 58%, with a dew point of 8.0°C. Winds are blowing from the east-southeast at 27 km/h, and the barometric pressure is 101.1 kPa and falling. Visibility is an impressive 24 km.

Morning and Afternoon

Expect clearing skies in the morning, followed by increasing cloudiness late in the afternoon. The high temperature will reach 23°C, except for 26°C inland. The humidex will make it feel like 25°C, or 28°C inland. Winds will be southeast at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h. The UV index is projected to be 7, indicating high exposure.


Cloudy conditions will dominate the evening, with a 30% chance of showers. Winds will shift to the southwest at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h. The temperature will drop to a low of 15°C.

Upcoming Days

Sunday, June 23

Cloudy skies with a 40% chance of showers are expected. The high will be 19°C. During the night, clouds will partly clear, with a low of 13°C.

Monday, June 24

A sunny day is forecasted with a high of 20°C. The night will be clear, with temperatures dipping to a low of 12°C.

Historic Weather Data

On this date, the historic high temperature in Vancouver is 29.3°C, recorded in 2002, while the record low is 9.1°C, recorded in 1978.

Wardrobe Suggestions

For today, a light jacket or sweater is advisable in the morning due to the cooler temperatures and wind. As the day warms up, layers can be removed. In the evening, with potential showers, a waterproof jacket would be beneficial.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? Vancouver holds the record for the longest frost-free period in Canada. In 2010, the city experienced a 252-day stretch without frost, showcasing its mild coastal climate.

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