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Flurries expected in Okanagan-Shuswap

Revelstoke and Osoyoos could get as much as 2 cm of snow
A green Christmas in the Okanagan. (Pixabay)

Residents of the Okanagan-Shuswap woke up to bits of sunshine and temperatures of -7 C with the windchill on Christmas Day.

Environment Canada had not been calling for snow for Dec. 25, making the holiday a green Christmas instead of a favourable white one.

Near Osoyoos almost 2 cm of snow could fall with wind gusting between 40 km/h to 60. Temperature steady near plus 1.

Revelstoke is also forecast to receive 2 cm of snow overnight with wind gusting to 15 km/hr.

Kelowna, Vernon and Salmon Arm are anticipated to receive light snow overnight, turning to flurries on Boxing Day, with a high of plus 2 C.

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