The sometimes tumultuous coastal weather is expected to cooperate with the commemorative National Day of Truth and Reconciliation events this Saturday on the lower Sunshine Coast.
According to the Sunshine Coast Weatherhood station, the Coast will see clear, favorable weather all weekend.
Saturday is predicted to see a high of 15 degrees through most of the day with winds reaching up to 8 km/h in the afternoon.
Thanks in part to the recent rains, the air quality of the Coast has improved, and is set to be a “low health risk” over the weekend.
Sunday is expected to see similar conditions until the afternoon when the clouds are expected to roll back in.
The rains are set to hold off until Tuesday.
Sept. 30 through the years
According to Environment Canada, the hottest year on record for Sept. 30th was 2020, when temperatures reached 23.1 C. The lowest temperature on record is 4.9 C, which happened in 2009. This year is expected to land comfortably in between the two.
Be sure to check Weatherhood for precise, timely information.