Showers and thunderstorms could start the week in Kamloops
Ducks splash around in the rain at Gamble Pond at Albert McGowan Park.
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June 13, 2016 - 8:37 AM
KAMLOOPS - The cooler, wetter weather is expected to continue through the beginning of this week.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 18 Celsius today, June 13, quite a bit below the seasonal normal of 25 C. Tuesday is expected to be even cooler, with a high of just 15 C in the forecast, but temperatures should then warm up to the 20 C mark for the rest of the week.
Overnight lows are expected to remain cooler than the seasonal normal of 11 C this week as well, with temperatures dipping as low as 4 C, Tuesday night.
Along with the cooler weather will be a mix of sun and cloud all week, as well as a chance of showers today through Wednesday. A risk of afternoon or evening thunderstorms is also in the forecast for today and tomorrow.
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