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Vernon BC, Snow Snow Snow VIDEO

Updated: Dec 15, 2023

North Okanagan, December 14, 2023: Today, the North Okanagan is experiencing significant snowfall, creating winter driving conditions in the region.

Although there are no weather alerts currently in effect for the North Okanagan, the neighboring North Columbia, and North Thompson areas have received alerts indicating an expected snowfall of approximately 15 cm.





A frontal system moving across southern British Columbia is responsible for the snowfall in the North Columbia and North Thompson regions. The forecast, issued by Environment Canada at 11:00 AM PST on Thursday, December 14, 2023, predicts that the snow will taper off later in the afternoon.


Weather Forecast for North Okanagan


Snow is expected to end near noon today, followed by cloudy conditions with a 40 percent chance of flurries. The high is expected to reach plus 1°C. Tonight, the region will experience mainly cloudy conditions, with fog patches developing near midnight and temperatures holding steady near minus 2°C.


The forecast for the coming days includes mainly cloudy conditions on Friday, with fog patches dissipating in the morning and a high of plus 1°C. Saturday will bring a mix of sun and cloud with a high of plus 1°C during the day and clear skies with a low of minus 3°C at night.


Sunday is expected to be sunny with a high of zero°C during the day and increasing cloudiness and a low of minus 2°C at night.


Normals for this period indicate a maximum temperature of -1°C and a minimum of -7°C.


Weather warning
Environment Canada Map

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