Warmer weather on the way

The end is near - well, as far as winter is concerned anyway.

After a winter of lots of snow and frigid temperatures, it would seem spring-like weather is finally returning to the Okanagan.

According to weather forecasters, things will be warming across the Valley this week – which is good news for winter weary residents.

There is a chance of showers today in the region, but highs are expected to reach 4 C.

Vernon and Kelowna are predicted to hit a high of 1 C Saturday, while Penticton will be basking in balmy 5 C weather.

And chances of flurries have changed to chances of showers as the mercury rises.

There is a 40 per cent chance of showers Sunday, but Monday to Friday weather prognosticators are calling for nothing but sunny skies and highs of 8 C by the middle of the week.

Night will still be a little chilly, with lows of -3 C to -6 C expected.

The only weather warning currently in place for the province in in the Kootenays.
A low-pressure system continues to bring snow to Highway 3 - Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass. The snow is expected to persist today and ease this evening and snow accumulations of 30-40 cm can be expected by this evening.

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