With Vancouver firmly in the mid of June, many are ready for the sunny summer weather usually associated the season.
Good news, it looks like we'll get a dose latter this week.
But first, clouds and some showers, according to Environment Canada. The federal agency's forecast says Monday, June 13, is expected to be mostly cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of showers in the morning. Things will likely remain relatively cool, as well, with wind gusting up to 50 km/h throughout the morning and into the afternoon, while a high of 16 C is expected later in the day.
The winds are expected to carry some of the clouds away, with Monday afternoon predicted to be sunny, but the clouds will return before the day is out, with showers and a low of 10 C overnight.
Tuesday looks to be the dampest day of the week, with a 40 per cent chance of showers and a high of 17 C during the day; things will start to improve as the showers are expected to leave later in the day. Wednesday is forecast to be cloudy and 16 C, but without significant precipitation.
As we begin to approach the weekend, things look to improve for fans of sunshine. Thursday should see a mix of sun and cloud above the city with a high of 18 C, setting a short-term trend up. Friday and Saturday are expected to be similar, with highs in the low 20s and a mix of sun and cloud. Overnight lows will hover around 12 C.