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Temperature
-1.0 °C
30.1 °F
Mid-Mountain
Temperature
-5.4 °C
22.3 °F
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Winter Okanagan Wine Festival

Forecast

Updated at 7:30 AM on November 23, 2014

Sunday
Morning flurries. Afternoon sunny breaks.
Daytime high: -3.0°C / 26.6°F
Overnight low: N/A°C / N/A°F
Sunday Night
Scattered evening flurries.
Daytime high: N/A°C / N/A°F
Overnight low: -7.0°C / 19.4°F
Monday
Sunny with afternoon cloud and flurries.
Daytime high: -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Overnight low: -7.0°C / 19.4°F
Tuesday
Periods of snow.
Daytime high:  -1.0°C / 30.2°F
Overnight low:  -5.0°C / 23.0°F
Wednesday
Cloudy with sunny periods.
Daytime high:  -2.0°C / 28.4°F
Overnight low:  -4.0°C / 24.8°F
Thursday
Cloudy with sunny periods.
Daytime high:  -7.0°C / 19.4°F
Overnight low:  -10.0°C / 14.0°F
Detailed Forecast
For Mid Mountain elevation

Sunday: : Morning cloud and flurries. Near 5 cm. Afternoon sunny breaks. Wind west 15 km/h with afternoon gusts to 25. High minus 3 C.

Sunday night: Evening cloudy periods then clearing. Scattered evening flurries. Near 1 cm. Wind west 15 km/h. Low minus 7 C.

Monday: Sunny with afternoon cloudy periods. Isolated afternoon flurries. Wind south 20 km/h. High minus 4 C.
Synopsis
An upper trough will cross the southern interior on Sunday morning and allow flurries with about 5 more centimetres of snow expected. A weak ridge on Sunday night will allow partial clearing to take place. On Monday a warm front from the Pacific will allow afternoon cloudy to increase with another round of flurries beginning in the afternoon. Wind will become gusty Sunday afternoon. Temperatures at Mid Mountain will remain just a few degrees below zero.
Extended Outlook
Tuesday to Thursday: The warm front from the Pacific will allow another fall of snow on Tuesday and then a cooler and drier airmass from the northwest will settle over the region. Sunny periods will develop on Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures will cool a few degrees with afternoon highs only reaching the minus 5 to minus 10 range on Thursday.
Forecast provided by EnviroBC