Weekend weather will be a little on the cool and wet side, Environment Canada says.
Friday’s forecasted high of 31 C could be the last hot afternoon of the summer in the city if a low-pressure system doesn’t roll in too soon. Increasing cloudiness is expected with 20 km/h winds from the east, easing off later in the evening.
The outlook for Saturday and Sunday is unsettled but not unseasonal. Saturday brings mostly cloudy skies and 22 C with a 40 percent chance of showers and cooler overnight temperatures — down to 13 C. Sunday looks more favourable for outdoor activities, a mix of sun and cloud with a high of 24 C.
Similar conditions continue well into next week with a 40 percent chance of precipitation and 24 C Monday and Tuesday. Skies are not forecast to clear over Kamloops until Thursday, Sept. 1, when the day warms slightly to 26 C.
Latin music lovers can warm up Friday night, Aug. 26, to the sounds of Grupo Cubano Brisas del Palmer, a South American ensemble, at Music in the Park starting at 7 p.m.
At Sun Peaks, visitors can ride the Sunburst Chair until 7 p.m., then take in a free mountain film. As part of a continuing series, the Green Art Festival presents 40 Days at Base Camp by Canadian documentary filmmaker Dianne Whelan.