January to end on a grey note in the Okanagan
(CHARLOTTE HELSTON / iNFOnews.ca)
January 26, 2017 - 10:30 AM
KELOWNA - The recent cloudy weather is expected to continue in the Okanagan.
Today, Jan. 26, is forecast by Environment Canada to be mainly cloudy and reaching a high of 2 Celsius during the day for the North and Central Okanagan, while the south will be a bit warmer, hitting 3 C. The Penticton area should also see a breeze coming through around 20 kilometres per hour.
The Vernon and Kelowna regions will also be similar tonight, with a low of -5 C and mainly cloudy skies. The South Okanagan is predicted to be a bit warmer, at -2 C, still have wind around 20 km/h and has a 30 per cent chance of flurries.
The North and Central Okanagan will be getting a mainly cloudy Friday, sitting at 0 C, while the south will be a bit warmer at 1 C and still have a 30 per cent chance of flurries with a 20 km/h breeze. Friday night the Okanagan should be around -3 C with cloudy skies.
Going into the weekend Saturday we’ll hit a high of 3 C with cloud during the day. That night we’ll drop a few degrees to -3 C, but the cloudy skies will remain.
Sunday is looking to be the warm day of the week, with a high of 6 C with cloudy skies for the day. At night those clouds will clear a bit as temperatures drop to -3 C.
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