Milder days on the way

Temperatures in Kelowna expected to be close to seasonal averages this week after a chilly stretch of weather

  • Dec. 18, 2016 5:00 a.m.

After a week of colder than normal temperatures, the mercury will be on the rise over the next few days in Kelowna.

The Environment Canada forecast is calling for a high of -2 C on both Monday and Tuesday, rising throughout the week to a high of 1 C on Friday, and as high as the freezing mark on Christmas eve day.

A 60 per cent chance of snow is expected overnight tonight and Monday, followed by mostly cloudy skies throughout the week.

Tonight’s low will be -7 C.

Click here for the complete Environment Canada forecast.

 

 

 

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