After a wet start to July with 8.1 millimetres of rain falling in the Central Okanagan on Canada Day, drier days are en route.
The latest disturbance cleared out on Thursday after some morning showers in parts of the region, with sunny breaks rolling in by midday as temperatures return to the mid-20s in the afternoon.
There is another disturbance that is expected to ripple through on Friday and bring back clouds and a chance of showers, particularly in the afternoon.
The mercury should climb into the high teens or low 20s later in the day.
The real relief from the rain arrives for the first weekend of July, as partly to mostly cloudy skies dominate the region with afternoon highs in the mid-20s.
The first full work week of July is shaping up to be a bit cloudier, with a chance of showers and risk of a storm returning as daytime highs dip into the low-to-mid 20s.