Cold snap expected to arrive in Kelowna

Temperatures will be dropping this week

Temperatures in the Central Okanagan are expected to drop this week.

There is a 60 per cent chance of rain in Saturday’s forecast, with a high of 3 C, according to Environment Canada.

The rest of the week is expected to cool off, with periods of snow expected on Monday with a high of -6 C. Monday will see a mix of sun and cloud with a high of -8 C and Tuesday is expected to be sunny with a high of -8 C.

Keep updated on the weather with Environment Canada’s weather forecast.

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