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Several low daytime high temperature records broken across the Interior Saturday

If you thought Saturday was unseasonably cold in the BC Interior, you would be right.

According to KelownaNow Meteorologist Wesla English, the region saw several low daytime high records broken yesterday. Kelowna, Kamloops, Clearwater, Penticton, Salmon Arm, and Vernon all set new record lows.

"A cool upper low over Southern BC produced chilly temperatures on Saturday, breaking record low daytime highs in several areas," wrote English.

SWEATER WEATHER! Did anyone turn the heat back on this weekend? If you did, it’s no wonder why you felt chilly - we had several record low daytime highs on Saturday, June 13! . . 🌧Clearwater Area New record: 12.8 Old record: 13.3 set in 1966 . . 🌧Kamloops Area New record: 13.4 Old record: 15.0 set in 1923 . . 🌧Kelowna Area New record: 12.8 Old record: 13.3 set in 1981 . . 🌧Penticton Area New record: 13.9 Old record: 14.0 set in 1981 . . 🌧Salmon Arm Area New record: 12.4 Old record: 14.4 set in 1971 . . 🌧Vernon Area New record: 12.4 Old record: 12.5 set in 1981 . . #weather #cloudy #mothernature #rain #storm #seasons #June2020 #kelowna #okanagan #records #meteorology #weslaweather #wx #statistics #climate #nowyouknow #weather #mountains #forecasts #britishcolumbia #bc #kelownanow #canada #daytimehighs #temperature .

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Kelowna's record went from 13.3ºC, which was set in 1981, to 12.8ºC. Kamloops saw its record low go from 15ºC, set all the way back in 1923, to 13.4ºC.

Salmon Arm had the biggest change at 14.4ºC, which was set in 1971, to 12.4ºC.

Vernon's low daytime high went down just 0.1ºC to 12.4ºC, Penticton's dropped from 14ºC to 13.9ºC, and Clearwater shifted from 13.3ºC to 12.8ºC.

It's sweater weather in southern BC!



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