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Stable temperatures in store for the Cariboo this long weekend

The Cariboo region will be seeing stable and more seasonal temperatures this long weekend.

Currently the region is seeing a very stable pattern, thanks to a couple ridges of high pressure in the province, with another expected for early next week.

Even with more consistent temperatures, Meteorologist, Dave Wray says the region will still see cooler weather.

“Monday night, we might see maybe a slight chance of a flurry. No real accumulation, probably just a minor dust on the ground.” says Wray.

“Looking even further out, I’m not seeing any kind of active weather pattern coming through until maybe the 24th or 25th, but that’s a week out, things could very well change.”

Wray added that the region can expect overnight lows of minus 8 to 10, with daytime highs getting close to the freezing mark for the next three to four days.

As for what the future weather holds for the Cariboo, temperatures are expected to warm up a bit to the plus 3 or 4 range, which he says isn’t high, but warmer than what we’re used to.

More information on the temperatures in the region can be found on Environment Canada’s website here.

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