May 24, 2016 - 8:30 AM
OKANAGAN - With Mother Nature expected to dump a mix of sun and rain on the Okanagan this week, lawns and gardens could be set for a growth spurt.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 24 Celsius today, May 24, in Vernon and Kelowna and 25 C in Penticton, a few degrees above the seasonal normal high of 21 C. Throughout the valley, Wednesday is expected to be similar followed by a high of 21 C in the forecast for Thursday and 19 C expected Friday.
Overnight lows are expected to remain above the seasonal normal of 9 C throughout much of the region, with lows of just 10 C or 11 C forecast this week, except tonight, when a 7 C low expected in Vernon and Kelowna.
A mix of sun and cloud is expected over the region today and tomorrow, followed by cloud cover Thursday and Friday. A chance of rain is also forecast for every day but Wednesday.
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