April 07, 2016 - 2:30 PM
KAMLOOPS - Temperatures may be nice today but we will likely fall well short of a record, though temperatures on Friday are expected to easily surpass current records.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 24 Celsius today, April 7, and while temperatures are already at 17 C as of 2 p.m., we will likely fall short of the record high of 27.8 C.
Tomorrow should be a whole other story though, with a high of 26 C in the forecast and a record high of 23.9 C in the books.
The normal seasonal high temperature for Kamloops at this time of year is 16 C.
Sunshine is also in the forecast for the rest of the day today while tomorrow is expected to be mainly sunny with winds gusting to 50 kilometres per hour.
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