A upper low over the Northern BC / Yukon border will keep rainshowers in the forecast for the North Coast today, but the rain will ease off to showers tomorrow as the area of low pressure weakens and starts to drift southward. Sun returns to this region at the start of the work week.
The South Coast will continue to see a pretty quiet weather pattern with mostly dry and sunny conditions this weekend. Any precipitation today around the South Coast will be convective and short-lived in nature and most areas won't see any showers at all. An upper level trough moves through Southern BC on Sunday, bringing again another very slight chance of a shower, but with the airmass so dry - any precipitation that does fall could evaporate before it hits the ground.
We are still in Newfoundland - and we went to the most Easterly point in North America yesterday. Here is a pic of Cape Spear where it was very foggy thanks to the very cool and humid conditions in the area.