Two coyotes walk along a farmer’s field just east of Neaves Road in Pitt Meadows. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Two coyotes walk along a farmer’s field just east of Neaves Road in Pitt Meadows. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows should expect lots of rain in the coming days

Snow in the forecast overnight Thursday, March 10

Wish the sun goodbye, as rain is in the forecast for the next several days across the region, including Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

There is even a possibility of flurries overnight Thursday and a low of 2 C, with Environment Canada expecting the snow to turn to rain and a temperature of 6 C on Friday.

Saturday and Sunday will see more showers with temperatures between 9 C and 10 C.

Rain is expected next week with temperatures reaching a high of 12 C on Monday and 11 C on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Don’t forget, daylight saving time will begin at 2 a.m. on Sunday, March 13, so don’t forget to spring forward one hour.

READ MORE: Standard time better for public health, B.C. researchers say

ALSO: Permanent daylight saving time suits farmer


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Mount Baker as seen from Neaves Road by the south Alouette River Thursday morning. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Mount Baker as seen from Neaves Road by the south Alouette River Thursday morning. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Sharon Butler walks Dante, a three-year-old Siberian husky, along the dike at the north end of 216 Street and a recent sunny day. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Sharon Butler walks Dante, a three-year-old Siberian husky, along the dike at the north end of 216 Street and a recent sunny day. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Blueberry field looking north just east of Neaves Road in Pitt Meadows. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Blueberry field looking north just east of Neaves Road in Pitt Meadows. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Leila Bennett, left, and Lisa Doucette, walk Pumpkin, 1, and Rosie, 11, both golden retrievers along a dike just east of Neaves Road along the south Alouette River Thursday morning. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)

Leila Bennett, left, and Lisa Doucette, walk Pumpkin, 1, and Rosie, 11, both golden retrievers along a dike just east of Neaves Road along the south Alouette River Thursday morning. (Colleen Flanagan/The News)