B.C.'s South Coast has one more summer-like day, with a high-pressure system bringing temperatures in the low 20s along with a mix of sun and cloud, says CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe.
The year's first fall storm hits the Central Coast today, where warnings are in place for winds gusting well over 100 km/h.
The cold front of the same system will push into the South Coast for Friday afternoon. It will be a dry start but, by the afternoon, gusty winds and rain will move in, and linger with cool temperatures right through the weekend.
A series of Pacific low-pressure systems will continue to impact the B.C. coast right through early next week for cool and unsettled fall weather.
Catch Johanna's full forecast on CBC News Vancouver at 5 and 6.