(Black Press Media files)

Winds up to 70 km/hr expected across Metro Vancouver

Winds are expected to subside overnight

Strong winds are expected throughout Metro Vancouver on Sunday evening as a low pressures system moves over the area.

Environment Canada issued a special weather statement forecasting winds of 50 to 70 kilometres per hour for the region.

Winds are expected to subside overnight.

ALSO READ: Fraser Health warns some schools of possible COVID-19 exposure


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