Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Sunny with a chance of clouds

Enjoy the sunshine, except in Salmon Arm

It’s time to take out the sunnies.

Sunny skies with a chance of clouds are expected weather for this week, according to Environment Canada.

Kelowna:

Today’s forecast: Mainly sunny with a few clouds and a high of 13 C.

Tonight: Will be clear with a low of 0 C.

Thursday to Tuesday forecast: Mainly sunny with a mix of clouds starting on Sunday.

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Penticton:

Today’s forecast: Sunny skies with a high of 13 C.

Tonight: A few clouds with increasing cloudiness late in the night with a 60 per cent chance of rain in Osoyoos overnight and a low of -3 C.

Thursday to Tuesday forecast: Mainly sunny with a chance of showers on Thursday and a mix of sun and clouds over the weekend.

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Vernon:

Today’s forecast: Sunny with a mix of clouds and a high of 13 C.

Tonight: Will be clean with a low of 0 C.

Thursday to Tuesday forecast: Sunny with clouds expected on the weekend.

Salmon Arm:

Today’s forecast: Is different from region with cloudy skies and a 30 per cent chance of wet flurries expected this morning. Temperatures are expected to reach a high of 11 C.

Tonight: Will be clear with a low of 1 C.

Thursday to Tuesday forecast: Mainly sunny with a mix of sun and cloud starting on Sunday.

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Video of the day:

Batman jumped out of his Batmobile to assist officers during a police incident in downtown Kelowna last weekend.


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