Cooler temperatures on the way for B.C. Interior

Environment Canada is forecasting a cooler next few days

The unseasonably warm temperatures for November could draw to a close in the coming days as Environment Canada forecasts a shift in the weather pattern.

For Wednesday in the Okanagan, it will be a mix of sun and cloud with the wind will picking up in the afternoon and a high of 8 C.

RELATED: Slippery sections and fog reported on Coquihalla

Expect showers for Thursday turning to flurries in the evening, with a day time high of 5 C.

Friday is expected to be cloudy with a high of 2 C.

In the Shuswap, Wednesday will see a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 7 C.

Thursday, will be mainly cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers and a high of 5 C.

The rain will taper off for Friday with temperatures around 3 C.

For the Similkameen, expect a mix of sun and cloud for the day turning to flurries overnight, with a high of 4 C.

The flurries will continue into Thursday, which will turn to rain in the afternoon with temperatures about 3 C.

A mix of sun and cloud is forecast for Friday with a high of 1 C.


@Jen_zee
jen.zielinski@bpdigital.ca

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Two UBC professors aim to bridge cultural divide through humanities

Humanities hubs have been created on both the Vancouver and Okanagan UBC campuses

City of Kelowna seeking input on transportation through interactive tool

Residents can participate in the online transportation budgeting exercise from Nov. 18 to Dec. 6

Sexual assault survivor confronts Kelowna mayor at council meeting

After the council meeting, Heather Friesen had an item of her own to add to the agenda

Fireside Festival drops 2020 lineup

This year’s festival features the Snotty Nose Rez Kids, Andrew Judah, Little Destroyer and more

Dine Around offers pre-party to get a taste for main event

The launch party is being held on Jan. 14, 2020 at the Okanagan College

Bye bye Bei Bei: Giant panda born in U.S. zoo heads to China

Panda heads back to China as part of cooperative breeding program

B.C.’s ‘Dr. Frankenstein of guns’ back in jail yet again for trafficking in Glock parts

Bradley Michael Friesen has parole revoked for allegedly importing gun parts yet again

B.C. woman suing after laser hair removal leaves her with ‘severe’ burns, scarring

Nadeau felt ‘far more pain’ than usual during the treatment

Co-accused in Penticton home invasion, standoff granted bail again

Jesse Mason was granted bail this morning, co-accused Josef Pavlik’s bail was denied

Gift of science spread to low-income Okanagan families

Okanagan Science Centre matching donations until Dec. 1

Summerland Fire Department organizes gift drive

Toys and Toonies for Tots and Teens campaign begins at Festival of Lights on Nov. 29

$2.9 million judgment in B.C. blueberry farm sabotage lawsuit

The new owners saw most of their farm ruined just as they took possession

B.C. to more than double sales tax on vaping products

Tax up from 7 to 20 per cent, tobacco tax up two cents

Most Read