Sunny start to summer, more rain expected this week in Kamloops

KAMLOOPS - The sun is out and the air a little warmer to kick off summer but we can expect more rain before the week is out.

Environment Canada is calling for a high of 25 Celsius the first day of summer — today, June 20 — with temperatures expected to be just a bit warmer Tuesday and Wednesday. Thursday and Friday the mercury is expected to drop off a bit, with highs of just 21 C and 22 C expected. The normal seasonal high temperature at this time of year is 26 C.

Overnight lows are expected to be at or just above the seasonal normal low of 12 C every night this week.

We can also expect sunny skies today, followed by a chance of rain overnight and then a mix of sun and cloud tomorrow. Wednesday should bring cloudy skies with a chance of rain during the day and showers overnight. Thursday and Friday are expected to bring more rain.


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