Enjoy this weekend Vancouver, because I have high confidence that this will be the warmest temperatures you'll experience for the next 8-9 months or so (unless of course you're planning a trip to Billings, Oregon.) Yeah, temperatures this afternoon and tomorrow evening have the potential to approach 30C for some, quite incredible for the end of September.
Last post I discussed these impending changes in detail, but the take home message is this: Vancouver, you're likely to see the most rain this week since at least April 16th and 17th of this year.
Wow, you've had it good, eh?
First on the agenda, a week and dying trough will approach from the west bringing isolated showers, possibly totalling to a couple mm's for Monday.
As stated on Wednesday, it was likely another low would track well to our north and impact Haida Gwaii with the strongest winds and this solution seems most probable.
Any location highlighted in red below, however, could experience wind gusts between 80-90 km/hr Tuesday/Wednesday. I must mention this is the most typical low track for fall/winter seasons and won't always get a mention since the most damaging of winds stay well to the north of the South Coast and the Pacific Northwest. It's only noteworthy because of the pattern change.
- Currently general amounts of 20-40 mm looks probable for areas not in some sort of a rain shadow, but orographic uplift is clearly having an influence of which regions could be in for some heavier rains (see model below).
- Areas more susceptible to heavy rain could see in excess of 80 mm this week.
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