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Fall forgets the script, steals spring's showers

The saddest thing seen all week. The Environment Canada forecast for Penticton. Lots of rain and no sun.
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PENTICTON - Seven days of rain starting today is expected to drench the area but accompanying low temperatures will make it difficult for anyone wishing to do a live performance of Singing in the Rain.

Friday has a high of 13 C, lots of clouds and rain ending only in early afternoon but 30 per cent likely to come back later in the day. There'll also be snow for anyone hiking at 1600 metres above sea level today. The odds of rain tonight are the same as in the later afternoon.

Saturday will have a high of 15 C, a bit of rain, and a snow level rising to 2,300 m in the afternoon. Winds will blow south at 20 km/h increasing to 60 km/h late in the afternoon.

Sunday will have cold showers with a low of 6 C and a high of 15 C, with Monday being not that much different except for the possibility of no rain. Tuesday will be cloudy with 60 per cent chance of showers, a low of 9 C and a high of 14 C.

To contact a reporter for this story, to send photos or videos, email Shannon Quesnel at squesnel@infotelnews.ca, call 250-488-3065, tweet @shannonquesnel1 or @InfoNewsPentict

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