While Vancouverites should keep their sunnies on deck for most of this week, a colder, wetter pattern is expected headed into the weekend.
Last week, Metro Vancouver saw its earliest snowfall in three decades following a powerful windstorm that felled upwards of 400 trees.
Now, the Vancouver weather forecast includes plenty of sunny weather but another opportunity for snowfall as temperatures plunge across the region.
Tuesday (Nov. 15) is expected to be sunny with a high of 8 C during the day and an overnight low of zero degrees. Following this, Wednesday's forecast includes more sunshine with a milder overnight low of 4 C.
Temperatures are expected to drop back down to the freezing mark overnight Thursday, while Friday is expected to see a chilly overnight low of -1 C.
While Saturday is expected to be sunny during the day, there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries overnight as temperatures drop down to the freezing level. Following this, however, Sunday is expected to see periods of rain throughout the day, with a milder overnight low of 3 C.
Monday's forecast also includes periods of rain.
Metro Vancouver weather forecast
In a recent update, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) called for a 75 per cent chance that La Niña will be present this winter and won't change to a "neutral" weather pattern until about February.
Typically, La Niña's impact on southern B.C. doesn't start to show until the late fall or early winter. But it does tend to produce cooler than normal conditions and snowier conditions over the mountains.
Environment Canada will release its official winter forecast on Dec. 1.