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Flurries in forecast: Kelowna weather

Cloudy weather and temperatures ranging from 7C to -9C are expected for the week of Feb. 26-March 3
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Kelowna snowfall captured by a reader in 2018. (IMAGE CREDIT: CARMEN WELD)

Flurries and cloudy weather are expected for the week of Monday, Feb. 26, to Sunday, March 3, in Kelowna.

Environment Canada expects the week to start with flurries, a high of 6C, and periods of sun and cloud. Temperatures are expected to fall to -9C overnight.

Tuesday will see a mix of sun and cloud at 0C. Roads may be icy after warm weather, precipitation, and chilly overnight temperatures on Monday.

Environment Canada expects Kelowna to see warmer yet cloudy weather for the rest of the week with intermittent periods of precipitation.

For more information and for weather updates and warnings, visit Environment Canada at weather.gc.ca.

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