A mix of sun and cloud sums up the weather in Kamloops this week
FILE PHOTO: Looking down the Tranquille River valley towards Kamloops.
(JENNIFER STAHN / iNFOnews.ca)
January 23, 2017 - 9:53 AM
KAMLOOPS - The week ahead is shaping up to be pretty much right on average, or a little above, temperature-wise for Kamloops in late January.
Environment Canada is calling for clouds today, Jan. 23, with a 30 per cent chance of morning flurries with the wind becoming west at 20 kilometres per hour this afternoon and a high of 3 Celsuis. It will be mainly cloudy overnight, with the wind becoming light this evening and a low of -2 C.
The forecast calls for a mix of sun and cloud for the rest of the week starting tomorrow. Expect a high of 1 C Tuesday, with the mercury falling to -7 C overnight.
For Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, expect highs around 0 C and overnight lows of about -4 C, with no precipitation in the forecast.
Unsurprisingly, the weekend is headed the same direction with a mix of sun and cloud is forecast for Saturday and Sunday. Saturday’s high is expected to be 0 C, while Sunday is currently forecast to reach 3 C.
Normal temperatures in Kamloops at this time of year are highs of 0 C and lows of - 7 C.
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