Grey, damp and mild weather for Kamloops this week
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March 13, 2017 - 10:34 AM
KAMLOOPS - While winter-like weather has stuck around longer than most would care for, seasonally normal temperatures are arriving this week.
Today, March 13, the temperature should break double digits with a forecast high of 11 Celsius, according to Environment Canada. With that will come a mix of clouds, showers and wind coming through until the evening. Overnight the clouds and chance of showers will remain as the temperature drops to 4 C.
Tomorrow is forecast to be the warmest day of the week with a high of 14 C. A mix of sun and cloud is expected as well, along with a 60 per cent chance of showers. Tuesday night should be relatively warm as well, with a low of 7 C and overcast skies.
Wednesday the precipitation should leave us alone, but skies will stay grey as we reach a high of 12 C. Overnight things will clear up a bit as we drop to a low of 0 C. Thursday we’ll get a bit of sun throughout the day with a mix of clouds. In the evening, it will clear up again with a low of 0 C overnight.
We can expect more clouds on Friday with a high of 10 C during the day falling to 5 C that night.
Saturday and Sunday are looking a little warmer currently with expected highs around 12 C during the day, falling to around freezing at night.
The seasonal normals for this time of year are highs of about 11 C and lows around -1 C.
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