July 04, 2016 - 11:30 AM
OKANAGAN - Following the Canada Day long weekend, Environment Canada is calling for cooler temperatures and rain for the Okanagan. Temperatures in the low-20s along with at least a 30 per cent chance of rain is expected for today, July 4.
Tuesday calls for much of the same, rain but with temperatures sitting in the high teens. Vernon is expected to be the chilliest, with a high of 14 Celsius.
But it isn’t all bad news. Warmer temperatures are forecasted for midweek with mixed sun and clouds and a high of 25 C in Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton.
Thursday is expected to follow suit, with temperatures of 26 C across the board in the Okanagan. As of right now, plan the outdoor activities for midweek, because Environment Canada is calling for rain all weekend.
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