Okanagan-Shuswap weather: Weekend starts with sun, high temps

Environment Canada forecasts clear skies and highs of 29 C Saturday

Saturday could be an early taste of the summer to come.

Environment Canada is forecasting lots of sun for the start of the weekend. Highs of 29 C are scheduled throughout the valley, so get outside while it’s still nice out as the start of next week is forecasting spring showers once again.

In Penticton: Hot start to Saturday at 13 C. High of 29 C. Clouds return after Saturday’s bright start to the weekend.

In Kelowna: Bright and sunny to start the day at 12 C. High of 29 C forecasted for later Saturday. Clouds and rain expected to return starting Sunday; get outdoors sooner rather than later.

In Vernon: Rising temperatures throughout Saturday with a high of 29 C.

In Salmon Arm: Showers forecasted at 40 per cent for Saturday, but still expected high of 28 C.

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