Sunny skies in the forecast this weekend

Spring has Sprung in Okanagan Valley-Shuswap

Spring seems to have finally sprung in the Okanagan Valley with sunny skies in the forecast this weekend.

In the Shuswap region, the sun is expected to shine through, with a mix of clouds and some flurries.

Weather in the Similkmeen, will see some flurries, but Sunday calls for sun.

Get your full Okanagan-Shuswap weather report here…

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