Kamloops can expect colder weather this week

Swans and ducks congregate on the shore of Riverside Park

KAMLOOPS - More winter-like temperatures are returning to Kamloops.

Today, Jan. 30, should be the last day above freezing for awhile in Kamloops, according to Environment Canada. Currently we’re at a 3 Celsius, which may be the high for the day, as we’ll see a mix of sun and cloud with a 40 per cent of flurries and wind coming through at 20 kilometres per hour. Tonight temperatures will drop to -6 C with partly cloudy skies.

Tomorrow a mix of sun and cloud again with a high of -2 C. Tuesday night will drop significantly, with a low of -11 C and clear skies.

The midweek will be fairly sunny, with Wednesday sitting around -2 C during the day and -12 C that night, followed by Thursday hitting a high of -4 C, with clear skies throughout. Thursday night will drop to -11 C, again.

Friday we’ll see the return of cloudy skies bringing a 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -3 C.

The weekend is currently forecast to be the same, with a chance of flurries and temperatures around -4 C during the day and -7 C in the evening.

Normal temperatures for this time of year in Kamloops are highs of 1C and lows of -6 C.


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