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Temperature
-2.5 °C
27.5 °F
Mid-Mountain
Temperature
-6.1 °C
21.1 °F
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Winter Okanagan Wine Festival

Forecast

Updated at 9:31 PM on December 19, 2014

Saturday
Periods of snow developing. 5 to 8 cm.
Daytime high: -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low: N/A°C / N/A°F
Saturday Night
Snow easing to isolated flurries. 5 to 10 cm.
Daytime high: N/A°C / N/A°F
Overnight low: -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Sunday
Sunny with cloudy periods.
Daytime high: -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low: -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Monday
Cloudy. Scattered flurries.
Daytime high:  -1.0°C / 30.2°F
Overnight low:  -6.0°C / 21.2°F
Tuesday
Cloudy with sunny periods.
Daytime high:  -3.0°C / 26.6°F
Overnight low:  -7.0°C / 19.4°F
Wednesday
Cloudy. Periods of snow.
Daytime high:  -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low:  -6.0°C / 21.2°F
Detailed Forecast
For Mid Mountain elevation

Saturday: : Periods of snow. 5 to 8 cm. Wind southeast 20 gusting to 35 km/h. High minus 2 C.

Saturday night: Snow easing to isolated flurries overnight. A further 5 to 10 cm. Wind shifting to southwest 20 km/h after midnight. Low minus 4 C.

Sunday: Sunny with cloudy periods. Wind southwest 20 km/h. High minus 2 C.
Synopsis
A warm front will approach the west coast early on Saturday and allow periods of snow to develop in the morning and continue through the afternoon before easing overnight. Expect 5 to 8 centimetres during the day and a further 5 to 10 centimetres overnight. Partial clearing will take place on Sunday as the warm front moves east of the region.
Extended Outlook
Monday to Wednesday: Another frontal disturbance will move through on Monday with scattered flurries. and a light snowfall accumulation. Then a weak upper ridge will bring some sunny periods on Tuesday. Another frontal disturbance will approach on Wednesday and bring snow to the region. Temperatures will continue just below zero C.
Forecast provided by EnviroBC