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Chance of a snowy New Year’s Day in Kamloops

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KAMLOOPS - There’s a 60 per cent chance of snow starting tonight through the morning on New Year’s Day in Kamloops with a warming trend later in the week.

A mix of sun and cloud with a high of -2 C today, Dec. 31, will give way to increasing cloudiness tonight with snow expected overnight and the temperature dropping to -6 C, according to Environment Canada.

Temperatures are expected to moderate Wednesday with a daytime high of -1 C, which is also forecast as the overnight low though to Thursday when it’s expected to warm up to 7 C with an overnight low of 4 C. A high of 5 C is predicted for Friday.

The warmer temperatures bring with them a 30 to 40 per cent chance of showers Thursday and Friday. Some sunshine is expected Friday and Saturday.

Lows in Kamloops are predicted to fall to -4 C overnight Friday and -5 C Saturday.

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