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Old 12-10-2012, 05:35 AM
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Originally Posted by Lotus Flower View Post
is it true in vancouber its always raining?
People tell me it was true 40-50 years ago and most people today still think so who are not from here...but I can tell you we have hardly had a typical rainy season here now in the last 5 years which is generally November...not really a big deal at the worst of times...just 1 month and it's over by December if there is one all together.

If you check out this link you will see Vancouver has less annual rain than New York does...and much less than Miami...and when it does rain here it usually is pretty light and not an all day affair...usually over-night and mornings.

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...86&postcount=1

It's actually become pretty decent on a year round basis for weather...pretty temperate...never to hot...never to cold.

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