First week of spring brings mixed weather to Kamloops
By Jennifer Stahn
The sun rises on a partially cloudy day today, March 21, 2016.
(JENNIFER STAHN / iNFOnews.ca)
March 21, 2016 - 8:30 AM
KAMLOOPS - Spring can bring a lot of different weather to the Southern Interior, and this week, the first official week of spring, is no different with a mix of sun, cloud, rain and possibly even snow in the forecast.
Environment Canada is calling for highs to be above seasonal normals much of the week, with today, March 21, expected to be the warmest with a high of 15 Celsius. Highs the rest of the week are expected to range from 11 C to 14 C while overnight lows are expected to hit 3 or 4 C.
Seasonal normal temperatures range from a high of 12 C to a low of 0 C at this time of year.
A mix of sun and cloud is expected throughout the week, along with a chance of showers this afternoon through Tuesday and again Thursday. The snow level is expected to lower to 1,000 metres overnight tonight, which means the hilltops could have a fresh sprinkle of snow before morning.
By Good Friday the sun is expected to make a full appearance and last through the long weekend, along with temperatures in the mid-teens.
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