After a nice round of mid-week sunshine, an unsettled pattern is setting itself up over B.C. heading into the weekend.
In the Central Okanagan on Thursday morning, it felt like minus-9 with the wind chill before clouds started sliding in, with temperatures jumping into high single digits during the day.
Clouds with a slight chance of showers will linger Thursday night and into Friday, as the mercury heads for double digits in the afternoon.
The second weekend of spring will remain mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers on Saturday and a slightly better chance on Sunday.
Afternoon highs should manage to make it into low double digits in most areas both days.
The unsettled weather pattern sticks around into the work week, with a chance of showers at times and afternoon highs edging into low double digits.