That was a blustery night throughout the Southern Interior. I'm sure there are a few tired people at work today after Mother natures Sleep Deprivation Machine went through.
A Cool Upper Trough and a Surface Cold Front caught up in that flow, combined for gusty winds and thunderstorms last night. Winds gusted near 70km/h up through the Okanagan, accompanied by a period of rain (6-10mm) and lightening.
Weather pattern will remain cool and breezy behind the front, with sunny breaks, but the worst of the rain is over for the central interior. Successive, weaker Surface Troughs, caught up in our dominant Upper Trough will bring waves of cloud between sunny breaks. The possibility of a very light short lived shower can't be ruled out completely, but the chances are slim the South Central Interior will receive much if any.