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Puddle jumping in the Kamloops forecast for this week

A cloudy view of the Thompson River.
October 24, 2016 - 12:00 PM

KAMLOOPS - Coastal visitors to Kamloops will feel right at home this week, as Environment Canada forecasts another round of cloudy, wet weather for the region.

The first half of the week shows slightly higher than normal temperatures through Wednesday, Oct. 26, with plenty of opportunity to pull on your rainboots. Expect lots of clouds with temperatures hovering around 12 Celsius to 14 C.

Overnight lows will stay well above freezing, so there’s no need to thaw those windshield wipers before putting them to work in the morning.

Take advantage of Thursday’s reemerging sunshine to splash in the remaining puddles — even you, adults — as things are looking brighter and drier for the end of the week. Friday calls for 10 C and sunny, a welcome way to head toward the weekend.

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