Your daily commute and weather forecast: Nov. 8, 2018

Another sunny day in Abbotsford. Light congestion in Langley; heavier congestion past the Port Mann

Good morning! It’s another sunny day today, albeit a little chilly at 1 C as of 7 a.m., and the Environment Canada weather service tells us we’ve got 96 per cent humidity and 3 km/h winds from the north-northeast.

That sun should stick around today, with Environment Canada calling for a mainly sunny daytime and a high of 10 C and a low of 3 C overnight, with a 40 per cent chance of periods of rain.

That precipitation rain is expected to hang around tomorrow, with a high of just 6 C, dropping to a low of 2 C for a cloudy night.

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Environment Canada
Click the image for a link to the Environment Canada forecast for Abbotsford.

Environment Canada

But after that, we’re looking at another three-days of sun, with highs at 6-7 C from Saturday to Sunday, before more clouds and precipitation come in Tuesday and Wednesday with highs of 9 C. Lows are forecast to increase from 0 C on Saturday and Sunday to 5 C on Tuesday.

Currently, visibility is 48 kilometres.

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On clear roads and driving at the speed limit, a drive from the Abbotsford News building to Downtown Vancouver would take 50 minutes.

Today, your daily commute time as of 7:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018 is one hour 18 minutes, with a bit of congestion along Highway 1 in Langley and heavier congestion from the Port Mann Bridge to 1st Ave. in Vancouver.

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