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Flurries remain in Metro Vancouver's forecast into early March

This week's weather is all over the place
On Feb. 26, 2023, Vancouver awoke to a very snowy city.

While Saturday night's snowstorm has come and gone, this doesn't mean the last gasp of winter has happened.

As March approaches, flurries and snow are still in the forecast, according to Environment Canada.

Monday, Feb. 27, will bring a mix of everything with sun, showers, rain and flurries all possible at different points. Chances of sunshine are highest in the morning, but cloud is expected to move in around lunchtime, bringing 60 per cent chance of showers with it.

With a high of 3 C, showers could turn into flurries, as the day cools off in the evening. A low of 1 C is predicted, but it could be cooler in some areas.

Tuesday will see some transition, with a mix of sun and cloud with a chance of showers. But this will clear off later in the day, and overnight it's expected to be clear and cold, dropping to -4 C.

Wednesday, March 1, is likely going to be the nicest day of the week, with that clear sky continuing through the day and a high of 4 C. However, it won't last long, as unstable weather returns in the evening with rain or snow and a low of 2 C.

Any snow that does stick likely won't last long, as Thursday is expected to be warmer (5 C) and wetter with showers throughout the day.

At night it could again turn to snow, as temperatures at street level drop to 1 C.

The ping-ponging between showers and flurries will end on Friday, when things should remain firmly in Raincouver territory with a high of 8 C and rain. While it is again expected to hit 2 C at night again, no snow or flurries are expected. Just more rain.