The weather has been a bit of a mess this year in the metro Vancouver area.
As of Tuesday, there were over 5,000 confirmed weather conditions.
A record amount of severe weather has hit metro Vancouver with more than 70 confirmed weather events in 2017.
In 2017, Metro Vancouver recorded 1,822 confirmed severe weather events.
The city was hit with a record amount of severe weather with an average of more than 3,000 severe weather conditions per day.
Most of the severe weather that occurred in Metro Vancouver was from the Pacific Northwest region.
At least 1,000 people died due to severe weather in 2017 with more than 1,400 people reportedly fatal from severe weather conditions in 2017, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
It is also the worst winter storm on record for Metro Vancouver.
There have been at least 5,200 recovered life threatening injuries from severe weather and 1,300 deaths in 2017 due to the winter storm.
One of the worst storms in Metro Vancouver history hit the city on April 20, 2017, when winds whipped the city for more than 15 hours.
After that storm, the seasonally adjusted temperature was in the mid-30s in Metro Vancouver and it was one of the wettest years in Metro Vancouver’s history.
According to the National Weather Service, the average maximum temperature of Metro Vancouver on Monday was 20 degrees.
More than one-third of the city was below freezing and temperatures were expected to dip below freezing by early morning Tuesday.
On Monday, temperatures were below freezing in the downtown core of Metro vancouver.
By Tuesday morning, temperatures had slowed to just below freezing, but there was still a high of 27 degrees.
There were no reported heat waves, but a couple of thunderstorms that reached speeds of over 100 kilometres per hour were recorded Tuesday.
More than 2,200 people were killed in 2017 in violent seasons that were triggered by extreme weather.
It’s not uncommon for people to get hit by a car while driving to work or school.
Police have not released the number of people accused in 2017 of vehicular homicide in Metro.
VicRoads and the Vancity Transportation Network are offering a free road safety event to help people learn more about the weather.
The event is slated to begin at 8 a.m. on April 25 at the University of British Columbia.