The mountains around Vancouver are beautiful to behold. But they also capture the moist winds off the Pacific and create a lot of rain. So when the sun is out you'd better enjoy the view while you can, because soon it will be shrouded again in fog and clouds. Rain is a fact of life on the wet coast and it has been for a long time. At least since 1919, as our chart shows. As always we haven't labeled which year is good-old-days 1919 and which year is climate-emergency 2019, so try to guess before clicking on the link for the answer, and if you can't tell the difference, that ought to tell you something about the alleged crisis.
As the answer shows, 1919 was wetter than 2019, but it rained a lot in both years, and will continue to as long as the mountains are there, CO2 or no CO2.