October 05, 2015 - 8:33 AM
OKANAGAN - As far as autumn goes, this should be a good week in the Okanagan with temperatures above normal during the day and overnight.
While we are waking up to temperatures several degrees below seasonal normals of 5 Celsius the mercury is supposed to stay above those normals for the rest of the week.
Environment Canada is calling for highs of 17 C through 21 C all week throughout the entire region while lows will vary tonight and then stay in the 8 C to 10 C range for the rest of the week. Vernon and Penticton can expect to lows to be just above normal tonight, Oct. 5, while Kelowna can expect see the mercury drop just below seasonal normals, to 4 C.
Once fog dissipates this morning the Okanagan will be bathed in sun, which will start to diminish Tuesday as cloud cover increases and then cloud will dominate for the rest of the week, along with a chance of rain Wednesday.
The normal high at this time of year is 15 C.
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