May 13, 2016 - 8:30 AM
OKANAGAN - The mercury is set to heat up again as the weekend brings more temperatures in the mid 20s and lots of sunshine.
Environment Canada is calling for temperatures above the seasonal normal of 19 Celsius today, May 13, with a high of 21 C forecast in Vernon, 22 C in Kelowna and 25 C in Penticton. Saturday temperatures are expected to be slightly warmer, with a high of 23 C to 25 C forecast throughout the valley, and then Sunday is expected to hit 26 C.
Overnight lows are expected to reach between 8 C or 10 C this weekend, slightly above the season normal low temperature of 7 C.
If you are in Kelowna, expect mainly sunny skies today and tomorrow while the rest of the Okanagan is forecast to have mainly sunny skies today followed by full sunshine on Saturday. Sunday is expected to be sunny throughout the region.
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