Kelowna weather: mix of sun and cloud

The sun will be hiding behind the clouds for the next few days

photo: Landon Hemmes

Don’t give up on the sun just yet, it looks like Kelowna has a chance of catching a few rays through the clouds before it disappears for a few days according to Environment Canada.

But first, today’s forecast: Cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of flurries in the morning and then a mix of sun and cloud will be met with 20 kilometer an hour winds blowing from the north. Expect a high of -2C that with the wind chill will near -12C.

Tonight: Will be partly cloudy with the wind easing up over the evening, expect a low of minus 10 with a wind chill near minus 13C.

Sunday to Wednesday: Expect a mix of sun and cloud, with periods of snow Tuesday and a high of -1C Wednesday.

On the roads: There are no highway alerts in effect however Highway 97 remains closed in both directions from a rock slide 2 kilometers north of Summerland. The Callan Road detour remains open.

Feeling a little blue from being snowed in? Check out what happens when a dog goes bowling in nature.

Looking for some good tunes to get you through your Sunday? Did you miss Post-Modern Connection and Floyd Meets brown perform over the weekend? Don’t worry, close your eyes and pretend you are there and listen to their music.

Have a great Sunday and share your weather photos with us by tagging us on social media with #yourkelowna

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