Along with temperatures, gas prices in the Okanagan are rising.
On Friday, prices at nearly every gas station in the Central Okanagan were in lockstep at $1.149 a litre, according to the website GasBuddy.com.
There were three exceptions, all in West Kelowna, listed at $1.049, though two of those stations had reported prices that were eight hours old.
Not long ago, gas was selling for $1.059 a litre, which is what it’s selling for at most locations in Kamloops.
In Penticton, gas is mostly priced at $1.149, while further south in Osoyoos, prices are locked in at $1.099.
In the North Okanagan, though, fuel is considerably cheaper, with prices ranging from 97.9 cents a litre to $1.009, though some stations are charging $1.059 and $1.149.
In the Shuswap, prices are between 98.9 cents and $1.069.
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Regarding the weather, Environment Canada is forecasting a mainly sunny Friday, with a high of 29 and an overnight low of 14.
For Saturday, though, the national weather agency is calling for a 40 per cent chance of showers and a high of 27 and an overnight low of 13.