A chilly Thanksgiving Monday and frost overnight for the Okanagan
October 10, 2016 - 2:31 PM
OKANAGAN - Thanksgiving Monday has brought perfect weather to stay indoors and cook a turkey. Environment Canada's weekly forecast is showing unusually cold temperatures today, followed by average weather for the rest of the week.
Today looks to be a dreary Monday for Kelowna and Vernon, with a predicted 40 per cent chance of rain, clouds and a high of 8 C. This is colder than the seasonal average of 13 C for this time of year. The overnight low should drop to -2 C with frost.
Tuesday is forecasted as mainly sunny, with a high of 10 C in Kelowna and Vernon. Penticton should peak at 13 C. The overnight low may drop to -4 C.
Hump day should boast sunny skies and reach a high of 13 C. Clouds are expected to roll in overnight along with a low of -1 C.
Plan for rain and a high of 10 C on Thursday. More rain and a low of 7 C are on the radar for the Okanagan.
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