Kamloops remains largely bereft of snow and temperatures have been relatively mild so far this fall — but one of those two scenarios is about to change.
The first cold snap of the season is on its way, with sunshine and shivering in the forecast.
Environment Canada said Wednesday through Friday will bring in cold weather, with highs reaching only -6 C on all three days and overnight lows dipping to -11 C on Wednesday and Thursday and -8 C on Friday.
Sun and clouds are expected for the weekend, with a high of 0 C and a low of -5 C forecast for Saturday.
The November that just passed was warm, with all 30 days recording a daily high above 0 C. The warmest day was Nov. 2 (14.5 C), with the lowest temperature occurring on Nov. 8 (-6.9 C).