KAMLOOPS – More sunshine and above average temperatures this week in Kamloops.
Yesterday, the mercuy reached 36 Celsius in Kamloops, according to Environment Canada, and while the high temperature didn’t break any records, Cache Creek topped out at 38 C breaking a 25 year old record for the hottest June 25.
Today, June 26, the cloud cover is going to break up around lunchtime as the day heats up, reaching 31 C, according to Environment Canada. In the afternoon we can expect a breeze to blow through town with gusts up to 60 km/h. This evening the wind will stick around, with gusts up to 50 km/h and a low of 13 C.
Tomorrow it’ll be sunnier, but a little cooler, with a high of 27 C. At night it will stay mild with a low of 15 C.
Wednesday will be almost exactly the same, with a high of 27 C and sunny skies during the day and a low of 16 C at night.
Thursday is forecast to be pretty similar again, but a little hotter, with sunny skies and a high of 29 C. Overnight a low of 16 C is predicted.
Friday is expected to be just a little bit hotter, too, with a high of 30 C and sunny skies. The night will even be warm, with lows of just 18 C.
Over the long weekend it’ll stay hot, with highs around 31 C.
The normal temperatures for this time of year in Kamloops are highs of 26 C and lows of 13 C.
The normal for this time of year is 26 C as a high and 13 C as a low.
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