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Snow tonight in Kelowna

The snowfall will continue through the week

Expect to see some snow tonight in Kelowna.

The hourly weather forecast predicts that at 6 p.m. we will see snow outside our windows.

The snowfall will continue until 5 a.m. Monday morning.

Expect to see sprinkles of snow through Thursday where there could be spouts of rain to break up the holiday cheer. Friday the snow will continue.

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Temperatures will stay above zero during the days, with a low on Monday at 0ºC and rising on Friday to 3ºC.

In the evenings snuggle up next to the fireplace because the temperature will drop to the negatives. with a low Wednesday evening at -5ºC.

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