We may get snow in Squamish this week.
Local meteorologist Jason Ross says that
the high-pressure ridge we have been experiencing will remain over southern B.C. today (Jan. 30) with light northerly outflow winds over Howe Sound.
Environment Canada forecasts the last of the week's sun this morning and then increasing clouds today.
The temperature will hover around 0 C, dipping to -3 C overnight.
"A weak disturbance will bring some increasing cloud cover this afternoon as the ridge offshore starts to weaken into Tuesday, allowing a couple of weak systems to bring light rain and/or snow to the South Coast on Tuesday evening and Wednesday, Ross said.
Environment Canada forecasts 1 C for Squamish on Tuesday, dropping to -1 C Tuesday night.
To start February, on Wednesday, Environment Canada says it will be back up to 3 C and 0 C overnight.
Thursday, expect temperatures around 5 C during the day and 1 C overnight.
Expect low-level rain and alpine snow Friday night into the weekend.
High pressure will remain over southern BC today with light northerly outflow winds over Howe Sound. A weak disturbance will bring some increasing cloud cover this afternoon as the ridge offshore starts slowly to weaken #BCStorm pic.twitter.com/gf7wSS90tz— Jason Ross (@Squamishweather) January 30, 2023