Possible flurries for Connector and Coquihalla today

Showers and a thunderstorm are in the forecast for Kelowna today (Wed) - but up on the Connector and the Coquihalla - there could be flurries.

And Environment Canada's Armel Castellan says the snow could hit Pennask Summit and Coquihalla Summit today into tonight - and he's also warning about 2 cms of snow today and tonight between Eagle Pass and Rogers Pass on the Trans-Canada.  

As for the rest of the week into the weekend, Castellan says as "Thursday progresses, we're really on a drying trend. High pressure that's already affecting the coast, will move into the Interior - maybe a random cloud here and there on Friday - but generally speaking big, sunshining days; we're talking maybe 2 to 3 degrees above normal."

The normal high for this time of year is 18 - the normal low 5.