With my new title in hand, I now provide the TRUE summary of weather in Vancouver. The odd clear day with temps near 10'C where you go for a run on the seawall and wonder what people in the rest of Canada are doing. February Rain, usually accompanied by a 1-2 week drought (as was the case during the 2010 Winter Olympics) where you actually start to miss the rain and subsequent awesome ski conditions in the mountains. If temps are slightly warmer, the snow in the mountain falls as rain and you remain miserable in the city. The cherry blossoms come out towards the end of the month and the ski days at Whistler are long and 'pleasant'. Usually a strange feeling of Ontario-envy kicks in at this point (don't worry it never lasts).July Congratulations you made it to summer in Vancouver. Typically a huge ridge of high pressure parks itself over the coast and we are left with nothing but sun. Embrace the holiday season because it is going to be a long, wet slog until July rolls around again. Supreme Court, education student Devon Harrington rented a basement suite for 5 a month from Robin Mitchell and his wife in August 2008. Harrington claims in March she found the hidden video camera that had been recording her undressing, showering and using the bathroom for the 32 months she lived there.She said she vacated the suite immediately after she found the camera, and maintains that the ordeal has left her depressed and humiliated.The North Shore Mountains complete the view with Grouse Mountain centre in the image. June, commonly known as JUNARY, typically consists of 2-3 weeks of cool (12'C) and very wet weather.
But that wasn’t the reaction from Langley’s Andy Zbisko, who was the passenger in the Mercedes driven by his girlfriend Brittany Bandura that was following the sedan as it moved briskly through traffic at around p.m. Zbisko, who called the accident “scary stuff,” has been using an inexpensive dash cam for several years for insurance purposes.His video shows that the sedan passed in the right lane to get past a slower-moving white truck in the left lane. “Any time you have higher speed on the road and people try to move fast, there’s always potential for danger,” he said.But the truck moved into the right lane and the sedan swerved on to the shoulder to avoid it before flipping. “High speed on the highway and you make a sudden move and hit the shoulder — loose gravel — it’s really easy to lose control of the vehicle,” said Mc Donald.Enter Langley Webcam or explore more cities in British Columbia. The camera lives in the fairview slopes neighbourhood and looks north towards downtown Vancouver.