Saturday, October 28, 2017

Special Weather Statement issued for strong winds on North Coast

If you haven't had quite enough of the weather of late, Environment Canada has a notice for you to take a peek at, if you dare.

The national weather service issued a Special Weather Statement for the North  and Central Coasts this afternoon, noting that a strong ridge of high pressure will bring strong outflow winds overnight.

Winds of 80 to 90 km/h will develop later tonight in the region, reaching as far south as the Lower Mainland and Southern Vancouver Island by tomorrow.

There's no precipitation included in the forecast, with sunny skies and warm daytime temperatures expected until Tuesday when the rain will return.

The full forecast for the week ahead can be found here.

For more weather related notes see our archive page here.

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