Sunshine expected for much of the Okanagan this week

Environment Canada is predicting clear skies and warm temperatures this week.

With the exception of a chance of showers overnight Monday Environment Canada is calling for summer-like conditions throughout this week throughout much of the Okanagan.

Monday’s forecast calls for a mix of sun and clouds and a high of 22C and a low of eight and a 40 per cent chance of showers.

The rest of the week they are calling for nothing but sunshine with the thermometer reaching a high of 28 on Friday.

Lows for the week will hover around the 10 and 11 mark after Monday.


 

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