Flurries to remain on and off throughout the workweek

Expect light snow all week

Parts of the region are seeing some snow and residents should expect flurries on and off for the week.

According to Environment Canada, there is a system that’s moving through B.C.’s Interior which is producing light snow in the Okanagan Valley.

“We’re expecting the snow to taper off to a few flurries later on this evening and by Monday next week there could be another wave of snow coming in the afternoon,” says Eric Mak, a meteorologist with Environment Canada.

He says by end of the day tomorrow, the first system will clear out for possible sunshine on Tuesday, but it will be back to cloudy skies to close out the week.

“With the current forecast it looks like there going to be another couple disturbances through the Okanagan area Tuesday night and Wednesday,” he explains.

Mak adds temperatures will be right around normal sitting at a high of near -1 and a low of -8.

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