The Southwest Flow around an offshore trough will encourage the development of a little more high and mid level cloud today over the Southern Interior. Still warm with temps in the low 30s for most areas today, the increasing cloud this afternoon will keep overnight lows a little warmer than they have been the last couple of nights.
A weak Cold Front in this flow will do it's best to bring showers to the Southern Interior in the wee hours Thurs night, then again Friday and Saturday afternoon. At the very least expect mostly cloudy skies until Sunday when that SouthWesterly FLow starts to flatten out and bring some drier air to the region.
Extreme Northeastern BC is under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in the Ft. Nelson area as a small disturbance will pass over the region with the potential for isolated heavy downpours.