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Thanks to a strong ridge of high pressure anchored over B.C.’s south coast, Vancouver Islander’s enjoyed a warm sunny Saturday, and can expect more sunshine tomorrow.
Daytime highs will reach anywhere from 9 c on the coast to as high as 13 degrees inland Sunday.
And skies will be bright an hour longer, as we all set our clocks back one hour at 2 a.m. Saturday night, and “spring forward” into Daylight Saving.
Grab an umbrella Monday morning, though, as a system will move across the Island from the northwest, bringing rain.
The system will move through quickly, and high pressure will rebuild later Tuesday, bringing back sunny skies Wednesday.
Veronica Cooper has your long-range forecast.