Mild air returns to the Okanagan weather forecast for the second week of May as temperatures return to the 20s with a chance of mid-week showers.
Growing up in southern Alberta gave Global Saskatoon meteorologist Peter Quinlan a glimpse into some fascinating weather patterns.
After taking an exciting ‘Violent Weather’ class at the University of Alberta, he quickly switched gears out of pre-medicine, graduating from the Atmospheric Science B.Sc. degree program.
After completing internships in Edmonton and Lloydminster, Peter was hired at Newcap Television as a cameraman, but his role quickly expanded to include reporting, anchoring news, and eventually weather.
In September 2012, Peter became a CMOS endorsed weathercaster, awarded by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society.
Peter is the only CMOS endorsed meteorologist in Saskatchewan and provides Saskatoon’s most accurate seven-day forecast.
Other career highlights include working at Environment Canada, preparing a report for the City of Edmonton that examined the impact of climate change on the city and conducting research to study the impact of Greenland’s melting glaciers on ocean and atmospheric circulation patterns.
In his spare time, Peter enjoys relaxing, spending time with friends and singing in the choir at his church. He is also currently working towards his masters of divinity at Ambrose University.
Clouds roll back into the Okanagan weather forecast for Mother’s Day weekend, with a slight chance of showers at times in the valley bottom.
A gradual warm-up is headed for the Okanagan weather forecast for the first full work week of May with temperatures eventually returning to the 20s.
Cooler conditions return to the Okanagan weather forecast for the first weekend of May with a chance of showers on Saturday across the region.
A gradual warm-up is headed for the Okanagan weather forecast heading into the final week of April with an increasing chance of showers.
The first significant rain the Okanagan has seen in over a month is slated to slide into the weather forecast for the final weekend of April.
After a sunny start to the week with a return to 20 degree heat, the sunshine eventually subsides in the Okanagan weather forecast.
The first 20-degree heat of 2021 slides into the Okanagan weather forecast with pure blue skies and sunshine heading into the weekend.
Sunshine returns to the Okanagan weather forecast for the second week of April with the first 20-degree days of the year on the way.
Unsettled conditions linger in the Okanagan weather forecast heading into the second weekend of April before sunshine returns to the region next week.
The Easter long weekend is shaping up to be a bit cloudier, with daytime highs returning to the low teens in the Okanagan weather forecast.
After a cold front slid through, warmer temperatures are headed for the Okanagan weather forecast through the final few days of March.
Sunny breaks return to the Okanagan weather forecast heading into the weekend, as daytime highs skyrocket into the low-to-mid teens.
Unsettled conditions linger in the Okanagan weather forecast through the first full week of spring with daytime highs flirting with double-digits.
Showers return to the Okanagan weather forecast heading into the final day of winter and the first few days of spring, with temperatures staying above seasonal.