Current Conditions

Mainly Sunny
22.6°C

Fog, frost and sun expected this weekend

The warm and sunny weather forecast would be perfect of some stand up paddling in Vernon's Kal Lake.
October 18, 2013 - 9:52 AM

THOMPSON-OKANAGAN – The forecast is no excuse to not finish your yard work this weekend as above normal temperatures and lots of sunshine will offer up the perfect excuse to get outside.

Across the region temperatures will be three to four degrees above the normals of 11 and 12 Celsius while next week will offer up highs of 12 and 13 C. With lots of sunshine also in the forecast these final weeks of October are shaping up to be pleasant ones.

While highs are expected to be above normal the lows are expected to be just below normal most nights, except in Kamloops where lows will also be above normal.

The lower temperatures are bringing a risk of frost to the Okanagan. 

To contact a reporter for this story, email jstahn@infotelnews.ca, call (250)819-3723 or tweet @JennStahn.

 

Looking for food among the many leaves at Riverside Park in Kamloops.
Looking for food among the many leaves at Riverside Park in Kamloops.

The clouds will clear and the sun will shine this weekend across the region. The view looking northwest from downtown Penticton.
The clouds will clear and the sun will shine this weekend across the region. The view looking northwest from downtown Penticton.
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