It will be a sunny Thursday throughout the Okanagan, as a high ridge of pressure helps push temperatures up into the low 20s.
Overnight, the mercury will drop to around 3 C, though it’ll rebound on Friday — the final day of summer — rising into the mid-20s under sunny skies.
Fall officially begins on Friday night, at 11:50 p.m., and the first weekend of autumn will start out mild.
Saturday’s forecast will see mostly cloudy skies and a chance of showers, along with a daytime high of around 22 C.
The valley will see some showers sliding through late Saturday, with a chance of rain lingering into Sunday as afternoon temperatures drop into the upper teens.
It will be a wet start to the first work week of fall, with rain possible both Monday and Tuesday as afternoon highs settle into the upper teens.
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