The forecast is calling for periods of snow in Kelowna tomorrow

Megan Trudeau | February 12, 2018 in Weather

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We may have enjoyed a sunny weekend, but from the looks of it we’re in for some more snow tomorrow.

Environment Canada is calling for periods of snow beginning in the afternoon amounting to about 2 cm. The high is expected to be -2 C, with a low of -4 C.

Photo Credit: Environment Canada

Wednesday is also expected to be cloudy with a chance of flurries. The forecast is hopeful that we should see a bit more sun on Thursday, but the rest of the week Kelowna can expect more clouds and more flurries, and some rain showers .

So enjoy the sunshine while it lasts! Check out some of the best photos of the bluebird day in Kelowna!

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