Sunny skies on the way to Kamloops

FILE PHOTO - Soccer time at McDonald Park.

KAMLOOPS - We have to go through a couple days of mixed weather, but by the end of the week it’ll feel like summer again.

Today, June 19, will be mainly cloudy, according to Environment Canada, with a high of 25 Celsius. This afternoon we’ll have a 30 per cent chance of showers and some wind moving in at around 30 km/h. In the evening it’ll be partly cloudy with a low of 16 C.

Tomorrow will be similar with a mix of sun and cloud, wind gusting up to 50 km/h and a 30 per cent chance of showers in the early afternoon. A high of 25 C is forecast. Things will clear up in the evening with a low of 10 C.

Wednesday the skies will clear up and we should see a sunny day with highs around 25 C. In the evening those skies will stay clear as temperatures drop to 11 C.

Thursday will be essentially the same — with clear skies — but the temperature will start rising to a high of 27 C. At night it’s expected to drop to 13 C.

Friday will be another repeat, with highs of 27 C predicted and lows at night of 12 C.

The weekend it’s expected to keep getting hotter, with temperatures up to 30 C.

Temperatures are right around normal for this time of year, which are highs of around 26 C and lows of about 12 C.

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