Sunny skies for the week ahead

Environment Canada is forecasting clear skies for the Okanagan and Shuswap

It’s going to be a sunny week ahead in the Okanagan and Shuswap.

Environment Canada is forecasting the Okanagan to be 15 C and sunny on Monday with a risk of frost overnight.

Tuesday will be warm and sunny at 16 C and on Wednesday expect a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures about 15 C.

In the Shuswap, Monday is anticipated to be warm and sunny with temperatures about 15 C.

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Fog is forecast for Tuesday morning, turning to sunshine by the afternoon with a day time high of 16 C. For Wednesday, expect a mix of sun and cloud and temperatures about 14 C.

To the south of the Interior in the Similkameen, temperatures will warm up to 18 C on Monday with clear sunny skies.

Tuesday is expected to be even warmer at 19 C with sunshine and about 18 C for Wednesday with a mix of sun and cloud.


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