It looks like a snowy week ahead in the Shuswap, with the odd time out for sunshine.
On Monday evening, Dec. 28, the Environment Canada forecast calls for clouds with a low of minus 5 C.
Tuesday, the sun will show its face, with a high of minus 2.
Tuesday night, Dec. 29 and Wednesday, Dec. 30, snow is forecast, with no amount specified.
The low will be minus 6 Tuesday night, with a high of minus 1 during the daytime on Wednesday and a low of minus 2 overnight.
On Dec. 31 the sun will show itself again, along with clouds. A high of zero is predicted with periods of snow New Year’s Eve and a low of minus 4.
On New Year’s Day, snow is forecast for what are expected to be virtual Polar Bear swims, with a high of minus 2. Overnight a 60 per cent chance of flurries and a low of minus 3 are predicted.
The weekend will be cloudy throughout with a 60 per cent chance of flurries or rain showers forecast for Saturday, Jan. 2 and Sunday, Jan. 3. Lows may dip to minus 3 and highs may warm up to plus 4.
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