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Sunshine and well above normal temperatures this week in Kamloops, Okanagan

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September 07, 2021 - 9:51 AM

The peak of the September warm spell is expected today, Sept. 7, with temperatures forecast to be as high as 31 Celsius in Kamloops and 30 C in Penticton.

The Central and North Okanagan are expected to be a little cooler, only reaching 28 C, according to the Environment Canada forecast.

Around midnight tonight, clouds are expected to move in throughout the region with a 30 per cent change of showers tomorrow.

Despite the clouds, temperatures are expected to remain high for this time of year, reaching 28 C in Kamloops tomorrow and 27 C in the Okanagan.

The sun is set to return Thursday and persist through the weekend although the temperatures will drop.

Kamloops is forecast to lose the heat first, dropping to a high of 25 C on Thursday and staying there for the next few days.

The Okanagan is looking at a high of 27 C on Thursday then dropping to 23 C for the rest of the week.

Normal temperatures at this time of year in Kamloops and the Okanagan are highs around 22 C and lows of approximately 9 C.


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