It’s official..today is the first day of fall.
And what kind of weather can the Cariboo expect during the first full week of its arrival?
Environment Canada Meteorologist Lisa Coldwells explains.
“Sunny breaks, some cloudy periods a couple of clouds here and there and of course a little bit of wind so that’s the type pattern that’s going to take us to about the end of the month.”
Coldwells goes on to say that the El Nino which will be once again felt in Central BC, won’t get dramatic until later in the year.
“Fall will be quite normal so then you’re looking at the incursion of Arctic air sometime in November and there might be the odd snowfall here and there, but it won’t be until later on December-January where we start to get the effects of that El Nino.”
Since it will take a while for El Nino to arrive Coldwells says fall will be very normal maybe a degree above normal when you add all the temperatures together at the end of the season.