The Sea to Sky experienced the first stretch of much-warmer-than-average temperatures this past weekend, with a high of 31.9 C on Saturday and 33.5 C on Sunday.
There is an Environment Canada heat warning in effect for Monday.
Inland temperatures are expected to reach 34 C today.
Normals for this period are a high of 20 C and lows of 9 C. Temperatures are expected to return to near-normal by Tuesday as a low-pressure system moves onshore with a chance of showers and possible thunderstorms and showers on Wednesday.
The ridge of high pressure rebuilds on Thursday with a return to more sunshine into the Canada Day long weekend.
Jason Ross is Squamish's resident meteorologist. Find him on Twitter @Squamishweather.
Ridge of high pressure will bring clear skies with temperatures remaining 5-10 degrees above seasonal today. An offshore low southwest of Vancouver Island will track onshore on Tuesday with a chance of showers and a risk of thunderstorms over the southern half of B.C. #bcstorm pic.twitter.com/bJrodUInvX— Jason Ross (@Squamishweather) June 27, 2022