A mix of sun and cloud is expected for the end of the May long weekend. (Pixabay Photo)

Okanagan-Shuswap Weather: Most long-weekend rain has already fallen

A mix of sun and cloud is expected for the last two days of the the Victoria Day weekend.

Long-weekend campers who had to ride out the first two days of their trip beneath a blue tarp will be happy to see that the forecast is improving. Across the Okanagan-Shuswap region rain is giving way to warmer temperatures and a mix of sun and cloud.

The temperature in the Shuswap is expected to reach a high of 20C. Cloud cover in the area is forecasted to clear this evening. Similar conditions are expected for the holiday Monday.

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In Vernon, the temperature will peak at 18C. The cloud cover present on Sunday is expected to increase throughout Monday before revealing a clear Monday night.

Cloud cover in Kelowna is also expected to increase on Monday before clearing overnight, giving way to a warm and sunny Tuesday. Kelowna’s daytime high is expected to reach 19C today.

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In Penticton the thermometer will peak at 21C. The South Okanagan area is being told to expect a 40 per cent chance of showers overnight and a mix of sun and cloud for Monday.


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