Hourly Halloween Forecast!

Well, it’s raining right now… and it will most of the day, but the good news is it’s all going to get out of the way by tomorrow for the kids to go get all candied up!

Below is the hour-by-hour forecast for tomorrow according to the University of Washington forecast model.  Basically, it has us almost completely dry all day with only a slight chance of showers most of the day and into the evening, but nothing packing an umbrella around with you just in case won’t take care of.

I will update this forecast if anything changes drastically in the 11AM update today or in the morning tomorrow.

3-4PM Basically Dry
3-4PM Basically Dry
4-5PM Tiny pockets of showers. Likely nothing.
5-6PM Basically Dry
6-7PM Basically Dry
7-8PM Basically Dry in the Valley but notice moisture building on West Coast and Georgia Strait. We will have to see if the timing on this moves ahead and ‘threatens’ candy time.
8-9PM Still Basically Dry but the moisture is building on the water so we’ll see if the timing on this holds.



Wet and Blustery Day Tuesday – Break tomorrow… then.

It’s going to be a wet and probably blustery day, especially if you go anywhere outside the Valley.  The drive to Nanaimo this morning was 2 parts gusty winds and 1 part standing water.  Drive safely out there.

The heaviest rain should come in the midday and then taper off through the evening.

Wednesday looks mostly dry then Thursday looks downright ugly.  More on that tomorrow though.

See tonight at the All Candidates Meeting for Councillors.  7PM at the Steelworkers Hall.