(Lars Hagberg/The Canadian Press)

Flurries forecast for the weekend

It will be clear and cold before turning to flurries in the Okanagan - Shuswap

It’s officially December and officially cold. Temperatures have dipped below 0 C and snow is on the way for the weekend.

In the Okanagan expect a mix of sun and cloud for Friday with a high of – 2 C.

Saturday will be slightly colder at -4 C with some sun and cloud thought out the day.

A chance of flurries is forecast for Sunday with a daytime high of – 5 C.

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In the Shuswap, Friday will see some sunshine and a high of – 2 C, much of the same weather for Saturday.

On Sunday, there is a 30 per cent chance of flurries with a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures about – 4C.

It will be clear and chilly in the Similkameen with sun and a high of – 4C.

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Saturday the temperatures will dip down to – 7 C, clearing overnight.

A 60 per cent chance of flurries is forecast for Sunday with temperatures about – 6C.


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