It was a chilly night last night throughout the interior... Princeton got down to 1.1 C and the Kelowna Airport saw temperatures drop down to 4.3 C.
As I was checking the radar yesterday, it was registering rain mixed with wet snow in the highest elevations of the Rockies. Word to the wise, if you travel the mountain passes we are now entering the time of year when you can leave summer-like conditions at lower elevations and drive into winter-like conditions as you head through the mountains.
On the cusp of Fall, our weather patterns are moving a little faster now, so our default High between systems won`t last very long. In the Southern Interior, expect a dry mix of sun & cloud for Thursday - Friday until the remnants of the next "winter-like" storm pushes over the coast from the Northwest. By Friday evening we can expect more cloud to develop and light scattered rain showers to start Saturday morning.
Behind the Cold Front, expect daytime highs to drop to into the mid teens.