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Summer has arrived in Kamloops, better late than never

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August 11, 2016 - 10:13 AM

KAMLOOPS - The dry heat usually associated with summertime in Kamloops is finally here.

It looks like mother nature decided to change it up and Environment Canada has good news for outdoor enthusiasts, with temperatures set to break 30 Celsius all weekend.

It starts today, Aug. 11, with a high of 30 C. Watch for a brisk wind of around 20 kilometres per hour to start around noon, and let up in the evening. The overnight low is expected to drop to 15 C.

Starting Friday and through the weekend expect to see sunshine, high temperatures around 34 C and overnight lows of 15 C.

The normal high temperature for this time of year in 28 C.

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