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Kamloops' weekend forecast: Fine late summer weather in store

It's going to be perfect: Environment Canada says Kamloops can expect some beautiful late summer weather over the next few days with nothing but sun and above normal temperatures through the weekend.
September 03, 2020 - 8:00 AM

Kamloops residents can look forward to an extension of summer over the next week with sunshine-soaked temperatures several degrees above seasonal norms, and no rain in the forecast.

That’s in sharp contrast to a forecast by The Weather Network, which says an amplified jet stream caused by Typhoon Maysak in Korea and northeastern China is expected to create a cross-polar air flow that will bring some unseasonably chilly temperatures to the eastern prairies and Ontario by next week.

That amplified jet stream is also creating a high pressure system off the British Columbia coast which is expected to bring Kamloops some great late summer weather.

Environment Canada says today, Sept. 3, should be sunny with winds becoming east at 20 km/h.

Today’s high should reach 30 Celsius with a low down to 15 C.

More sun is expected Friday through Sunday, with highs of 33 C on Friday and Saturday, and 32 C on Sunday.

Overnight lows of 14 C on Friday night, 15 C on Saturday night and 17 C on Sunday night are anticipated.

The sunny skies continue into next week with highs of 25 C and 28 C expected Monday and Tuesday respectively.

More sunshine is expected Wednesday with the daytime high back to 30 C.

Normal temperatures in Kamloops at this time of year are highs of 25 C and lows of 10 C.


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