Vancouver, February 22: Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for areas in Vancouver for Tuesday through Wednesday.
Meteorologists say it will warm up a bit during the day, but will remain below seasonal normals.
It’s expected to be the coldest in the overnight hours, with temperatures dipping between -5 C and -10 C.
“These cold temperatures combined with strong outflow will result in wind chill values near -10 to 15 this morning and tonight,” wrote Environment Canada in a bulletin Tuesday morning.
Meteorologists say the wind will likely gradually weaken Tuesday night, but the frigid temperatures are expected to stick around for another day.
“A warming trend is expected starting on Thursday,” reads the Environment Canada bulletin.