Vancouverites can look forward to another sunny weekend with warm temperatures.
Environment Canada is calling for a week of mostly sunny days and temperatures climbing toward the mid-twenties heading into the first week of June, which is also the start of meteorological summer.
Starting on Tuesday, May 30, the forecast includes mainly cloudy skies with a high of 18 C and an overnight low of 9 C. The mainly cloudy trend is expected to continue during the day Wednesday but skies are expected to clear overnight.
On Thursday, locals should expect bright sunshine and a high of 20 C on the coast dropping to a low of 11 C overnight. Friday is expected to get slightly warmer, with a high of 21 C during the day.
The weekend forecast includes some toasty temperatures, with a high of 20 C on the coast and 23 C inland expected on Saturday. Sunday's forecast includes a high of 23 C on the coast and a high of 26 C inland.
The warming trend is expected to continue into Monday, with a high of 24 C expected on the coast and a high of 28 C inland.
Metro Vancouver weather forecast
Often referred to as "Juneuary," the first month of summer in the Lower Mainland often sees powerful rainstorms and cold spells.
But Environment Canada's models show that May's above-average temperatures will likely continue through June. In fact, these conditions are expected to persist through to the end of summer, too.
Have a look at Environment Canada's preview of the Metro Vancouver weather forecast.