March one of the top 5 wettest in Okanagan
March was the third wettest month in the Okanagan since 1969 - this from Environment Canada.
Meteorologist Alyssa Charbonneau says we recorded an average of 38.3 millimetres, of both rain and snow last month, well above the normal of 21.6.
She says the average temperature was 3.8 degrees - just slightly lower than the seasonal norm of 4.
For Thursday and Friday - Charbonneau says showers are in the forecast for Kelowna, but there could be some snow on the highways.
"You could either see a mix of rain and snow potentially over the Coquihalla - and over the Okanagan Connector near Pennask, you could definitely see snow just at the top of the highway," she says.
Charbonneau says Saturday will be drier and warmer with sunshine and a high of 15 - with cloud returning Sunday and a high of 13..