Wednesday will be the best day of the week to get some rays in Squamish.
Squamish meteorologist Jason Ross says the region will start Easter Monday with a front stalled south over Washington State.
"The South Coast will be mostly cloudy today [April 10], with a slight chance of showers this afternoon," Ross said.
It will be 11 C today, dropping to 5 C Monday night.
This is pretty typical weather for this time of year in Squamish.
The average high on April 10 is 13.7 C, and the average nighttime low is 3.4 C.
The highest temperature we recorded (1983 to 2022) was 24.8 C in 2004.
The lowest temperature was -1.7 C in 2010.
The most precipitation we had on April 10 was 34.7 mm in 2011.
"An upper trough will bring unsettled conditions on Tuesday, with showers and clearing in the evening," Ross said.
It will be 8 C Tuesday, dropping to - 1 C overnight.
(Bring in those potted hydrangeas if you have them outside already!)
A ridge of high pressure will build in on Wednesday, clearing away the clouds.
Wednesday is set to be 12 C, dropping to 3 C overnight.
So far, Environment Canada is predicting clouds and some showers for the rest of the week through Sunday.