Weekend snow in the forecast for Kamloops
(JENNIFER STAHN / iNFOnews.ca)
February 02, 2017 - 10:28 AM
KAMLOOPS - Cold, grey weather is coming, with snow expected in Kamloops for the weekend.
Today, Feb. 2, should reach a high of -7 Celsius with a mix of sun and cloud, according to Environment Canada. This morning's flurries should clear by the afternoon as the temperature drops to -12 C tonight.
On Friday, flurries will be likely in the afternoon, with a 70 per cent chance, as clouds increase throughout the day. We should see a high of -6 C during the day, falling to -8 C at night. Friday night there’ll be cloud cover with periods of snow.
The weekend will be grey with snow, as Saturday will reach a high of -5 C with cloudy skies and periods of snow, followed by a low of -8 C at night with periods of snow continuing.
On Sunday, snow and cloudy skies are predicted throughout the day and night with a high of -4 C during the day and low of -8 C at night. Environment Canada has not estimated how much snow we’ll receive.
Next week it’s currently forecast to start off grey, with slightly warmer temperatures and flurries. It’ll begin to clear up and warm up by mid-week.
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