Clouds returned with a chance of showers to kick off the first full work week of May with temperatures climbing into the mid-teens during the afternoon.
A few showers could linger into early Tuesday as clouds continue to stick around until later in the day with some late day clearing likely in most areas.
The mercury will bounce back into the mid-teens late in the day before falling to just above the freezing mark overnight.
A few sunny breaks are possible in the Okanagan early Wednesday before clouds roll back in mid-morning as afternoon temperatures soar back into the low 20s.
Twenty-degree heat will stick around on Thursday with clouds and a chance of late-day showers.
Daytime highs duck back into the teens to finish the week on Friday with more rain possible.
Another unsettled weekend is on the way as daytime highs linger in the teens with a chance of showers right through Mother’s Day Sunday.