Vancouver has seen some unseasonably warm temperatures recently. But there's still a possibility of snow in the city closer to the end of the week.
That's because Environment Canada has forecast a 60 percent chance of flurries on Thursday (January 9) as the temperature is expected to dip to 1 ° C at night.
Then on Friday (January 10), the national weather forecaster is anticipating snow or rain with a high of 4 ° C and a low of zero.
Saturday (January 11) will see a 60 percent chance of flurries.
There has been no snow so far this winter within Vancouver's city limits.
Rather, B.C.'s largest urban centre has been pelted by heavy rainstorms, most notably on December 19, December 31, and overnight on January 2 and early January 3.