Sun peaked out from behind the clouds on Tuesday making for a warm fall day in the Okanagan.
Temperatures hovered around 14 C just a few degrees off the record high of 16.9 degrees set in 2005.
The hot spot in the province for Tuesday is Merritt where the mercury reached 19. 8 C.
Environment Canada is calling for rain on Tuesday with winds picking up to a possible 70 kilometres an hour in the north. The high 9 C.
The sunshine will return for Thursday and Friday with temperatures forecast at about 9 C.
Turning to the weekend most of the Okanagan and Shuswap can expect a mix of sun and cloud with temperatures in the low teens.
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