Sunshine and showers this weekend in the Okanagan
Looking towards Okanagan Lake from the Upper Mission neighbourhood in Kelowna, Thursday, June 1, 2017.
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June 01, 2017 - 10:36 AM
OKANGAN - June begins with a mixed bag of weather for the Okanagan.
Today, June 1, will start off with a little sun as clouds move in across the region, bringing showers according to Environment Canada. The South Okanagan can expect up to 15 mm of precipitation today, starting in the morning and potentially thundershowers between late morning and early evening.
In the North and Central Okanagan it shouldn’t be as intense with showers starting later in the morning dropping about 10 mm of rain and a risk of thunderstorms beginning in the afternoon and ending in the early evening.
Temperatures throughout the region should be around 20 Celsius.
Tonight the Okanagan should clear up, with showers ending in the early evening. The overnight low will be around 11 C.
Tomorrow things will dry out as it should be mainly sunny with a high of 22 C. Overnight it should clear completely and fall to 10 C.
Saturday is forecast to be the nice day of the weekend, with a mix of sun and cloud and high of 25 C and increasing cloudiness into the evening. Overnight there’s a 30 per cent of showers and a low of 12 C predicted.
Sunday the clouds will be sticking around with a 40 per cent chance of showers and clouds throughout the day and into the night. The daytime high will be 22 C with an overnight low around 10 C.
Next week things should get nice again, with sunny days predicted and highs in the mid-20s.
Seasonally normal temperatures for the Okanagan are highs around 22 C and lows of about 8 C.
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