A small deer herd enjoys the Sunday morning sun in Vernon’s East Hill neighbourhood Jan. 6. Environment Canada is calling for periods of snow and flurries throughout the week. (Kerry Hutter photo)

Snow on the way for Vernon

Environment Canada is calling for periods of snow, flurries throughout the week

Vernon’s Sunday morning sunshine won’t last.

Environment Canada is calling for a 40 per cent chance of showers Sunday afternoon accompanied by snow at altitudes above 700 metres. The balmy temperature, however, will remain as a high of 4 C is forecast for today.

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Showers will morph into a chance of flurries overnight, followed by further flurries and a high of 1 C Monday. The mercury will drop to the week-low of -11 C Monday night before a 30 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -4 C kicks off Tuesday.

Periods of snowfall and flurries will continue throughout the week, save for Thursday afternoon which is primed for a 30 per cent chance of showers.



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