Monday, April 26, 2021

Alas, all good things will come to an end ...Prince Rupert's streak of sun, sets tonight


Today brought one final chance to explore the Waterfront
in the sunshine, things will take a significant turn tomorrow

You have one final opportunity to take a ramble around town in the sun, as Environment Canada advises  Prince Rupert and area that this most remarkable Spring weather of the last two weeks is about to come to a sudden end, with a familiar weather pattern set to take up station on the region.

The approaching system from the South West will also make for some rough waters for local Mariners over the next few days, with Environment Canada issuing a Gale Warning for Tonight and Tuesday 

The sunshine brought people to the parks, city streets and area trails as well as to spur on any number of gardening projects, lawn maintenance requirements and car washing ... as whatever was on the Spring to do list seemed to get some attention.

The Environment Canada Archive page showing nary a drop of rain for Prince Rupert since April 10th.

And now, just in case you had forgotten what a North Coast Spring can look like at times, comes the rain with The Weather Network forecast suggesting up to 150 mm of it to come from Tuesday to Friday.

With but a few hours to go, we prepare to bid Adieu to our sunny skies and warming breezes, til we meet again on the other side of the front.

For more notes related to weather in the Northwest see our archive page here.

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