November 06, 2015 - 8:30 AM
KAMLOOPS - If a typical fall weekend is what you wanted this weekend you might be a little disappointed — temperatures will be warmer but wind and rain could dampen the fall fun.
Environment Canada is calling for cloudy skies with a chance of flurries this morning, followed by a chance of rain the rest of the day. The snow level will rise to 1,200 metres near noon, while the wind will become 30 gusting to 50 kilometres per hour around the same time.
The cloud cover is expected to stick around and the chance of rain to increase to 40 per cent during the day Saturday and then 60 per cent overnight Saturday and on Sunday.
Temperatures are expected to be at or above seasonal normal highs of 7 Celsius throughout the weekend, with a high of 10 C forecast for Saturday. Overnight lows Friday and Saturday are expected to dip to around 4 C while Sunday night is expected to hit the seasonal normal low of -1 C.
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