Both sunshine and cloud in Kamloops this week, with seasonal temperatures

A pair of Canadian Geese at Riverside Park enjoy early spring on April 2, 2017.

KAMLOOPS - There’ll be some sun to start the week, but clouds will finish it off.

Today, April 3, we can expect a high of 12 Celsius, according to Environment Canada, with skies clearing in the morning and a light breeze through the city. Tonight the temperature will drop to 3 C with the clear skies getting clouded over again.

Tomorrow those clouds will stay as it’ll be mainly cloudy with a high of 15 C. Tuesday night is predicted to fall to 4 C with cloudy periods.

Wednesday we’ll see a bit more sunshine with a mix of sun and clouds, though the high is predicted to only reach 14 C. Overnight that’ll drop by 10 degrees down to 4 C with cloudy skies.

Thursday will be much of the same with a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 15 C. Clouds will arrive throughout the day, though, and in the evening we’ll have grey skies with a high of 6 C.

Friday the clouds will be sticking around, along with a chance of showers. It’ll reach a high of 15 C. Friday night will drop to 6 C again, with cloudy skies, but the chances of showers disappates.

Right now next weekend looks to be cloudy with highs in the mid-teens and lows around 5 C.

The temperatures are right in the average for this time of year. Kamloops usually has highs of 15 C and lows of 2 C in early April.

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