Hot, dry weather will continue in Vancouver through July

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Beach goers, keep your towels and sunscreen within reaching distance.

The unseasonably dry and hot temperatures Vancouver has been experiencing will continue throughout the month of July. No rain is in sight for at least the next two weeks.

The Weather Network is forecasting sunny weather in the mid-twenties every day.

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SEE ALSO: Water supplies continue to dip in Metro Vancouver

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This coming Sunday, July 5, will see temperatures reaching 29°C.

And according to News1130, this past May was the driest we’ve had on record, with only three days of rain.

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SEE ALSO: 10 tips for preventing and treating heat stroke

Metro Vancouver is warning people to conserve water as our reservoirs reach lower than average levels due to the lack of rainfall and people watering their lawns more frequently.

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