Weather forecast update at 3:45pm:
Good afternoon – A system advancing inland Tuesday evening will keep a chance of showers in the forecast early Wednesday morning, with partial clearing by midday for the Okanagan.

However the Shuswap, Columbia and Boundary regions will see more cloud with a greater chance of midday and afternoon showers on Wednesday.

A risk of a thunderstorm will also remain in the forecast Wednesday afternoon for the BC Southern Interior, under an unstable flow aloft.

Circulation around an upper low centred over Alberta will keep a low to moderate threat of showers in the forecast for Wednesday night and Thursday, but signs point to a drier Friday and Saturday when we will be in between weather systems.

Wednesday’s daytime high range: 10 to 16C

Weather forecast update at 4:30pm:

Snow and rain will continue to fall overnight Thursday and into Friday morning. Fingers crossed for partial clearing by Friday afternoon for some BC Southern Interior areas in the wake of the system.

Another system will move in on Saturday with more precip, with either rain or wet snow for the valley regions.

By Sunday, freezing levels will be well above valley regions and any precipitation falling near the valley base will be rain.

Friday’s daytime high range: 0 to 7C

Weather forecast update at 4pm:

One more day of sunny and cool conditions and then a change will start Friday.

We will see increasing cloud on Friday with the chance of flurries late in the day. Expect a moderate chance of snow this weekend. Accumulation amounts are still uncertain at this time, but signs are pointing to at least some shoveling this weekend and early next week.

Thursday’s daytime high range:  -7 to -1