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Here is how sizzlin' hot it is expected to get in Vancouver this week

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Environment Canada has ended its special weather statement for Metro Vancouver, but the forecast calls for soaring temperatures starting June 22, 2021. Photo: Kitsilano outdoor pool / Getty Images

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While Environment Canada has ended its special weather statement for the Metro Vancouver region, the forecast calls for more soaring temperatures this week. 

Starting on Tuesday, June 22, temperatures are expected to reach a high of 24°C on the coast and 28°C inland. However, with humidity these temperatures will feel more like 29°C and 32°C, respectively. 

While Wednesday is expected to see a mix of sun and cloud, temperatures are still expected to reach 22°C on the coast and feel like 25°C with humidity. Following this, Thursday is expected to see a 22°C high on the coast and a 26°C high inland. 

Heading into the weekend, temperatures are expected to climb a few degrees, with the highest daily temperatures on Saturday. The forecast calls for a high of 28°C on the coast and a sizzling 32°C high inland. 

On Sunday, a Metro Vancouver city smashed an 83-year-old weather record over the weekend as temperatures continued to soar across the province. 

Metro Vancouver Weather Forecast

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Environment Canada releases full summer 2021 forecast for Vancouver

While it's difficult to know how much rain Metro Vancouver will see this summer, Canada's national weather forecaster says the region will likely see above-average temperatures. 

Environment Canada Meteorologist Bobby Sekhon told Vancouver Is Awesome that the 2021 summer forecast looks warmer than average