June 15, 2015 - 9:32 AM
KAMLOOPS - After a week of more than 30 Celsius for six straight days things are set to cool down this week, but only marginally.
After coming just shy of records several days last week, Kamloops will be quite a bit lower than record high temperatures this week, but still above seasonal normals for much of the week.
According to Environment Canada, temperatures could rise as high as 29 C today, Monday, June 15, and tomorrow will stay above the seasonal normals of 25 C until Friday, when temperatures dip to 24 C for the day.
It will again be sunny as well, with a mix of sun and cloud forecast for Monday through Wednesday, when a 30 per cent chance of showers could roll in, before returning to full sun for the rest of the week.
So far this month we have had six days hit above 30 C with only two days below 20 C.
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