October 13, 2015 - 8:02 AM
KAMLOOPS - The temperatures will be warm and the sun will be bright following the Thanksgiving long weekend in Kamloops.
Environment Canada is calling for highs of 18 Celsius all week, just a few degrees warmer than the seasonal normals of 14 C, while lows will be just above seasonal normals of 3 C all week as well.
Along with the slightly warmer temperatures will be sun, with the weather office calling for just a bit of cloud Wednesday, Oct. 14.
The Thanksgiving long weekend provided temperatures well above seasonal normals Friday through Sunday. The warmest temperature we saw was 25.3 C on Saturday, and though it was well above seasonal normals it was still a bit below the record high of 26.7 C recorded in 1934.
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