VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – Usually in September, Vancouver gets eight days of rain. This year, we’ve had 19.
At Vancouver International Airport, the rainfall totals were more than double the usual amount. A heavy 122.2 millimetres was recorded there this month. The normal amount of rainfall is 50.9 mm.
#YVR #rainfall totals for the month of September: 122.2 mm, which is 240% of normal (50.9 mm). It has been exceedingly wet across much of the BC South Coast over the past few weeks. We’ll have your full provincial roundup as the data trickles in. @NEWS1130 @BT_Vancouver
— Russ Lacate (@NEWS1130Weather) September 30, 2019
While there is a sunny finish to the month, the rain is set to return in early October.
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