VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – If it’s felt wetter than normal in Vancouver over the last few weeks, it’s not your imagination. Metro Vancouver has already seen double the usual rainfall for September.
So far, we’ve had 113 millimetres, while the normal rainfall for September is 50.9.
On Sunday, many parts of Metro Vancouver absorbed a month’s worth of rain in one day – making it a very soggy last day of summer.
What a torrential last day of #summer it was: Many parts of Metro #Vancouver absorbed a month’s worth of #rain in one day. And there’s more of it in the forecast for much of this first week of #fall. @NEWS1130 @BT_Vancouver pic.twitter.com/oM9ZDCSaYb
— Russ Lacate (@NEWS1130Weather) September 23, 2019
On Sept. 22, Vancouver International Airport saw 30.4 mm of rain, West Vancouver saw 65.5 mm of rain, and Pitt Meadows saw 21.77 mm of rain.
White Rock saw 22.4 mm, while Vancouver harbour saw 48 mm down by the water.
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And it will continue to be a rainy week, with the next pulse of heavy rain coming Wednesday night.
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