Environment Canada: 'Drizzly' weather expected Halloween night, flurries by Thursday

By Greg Fry/James Peters
October 30, 2017 - 4:50pm

KAMLOOPS — Trick-or-treaters and their parents would do well to bring an umbrella with them Halloween night.

"Kamloops is going to get scraped by some shower activity starting late tomorrow (Oct. 31) afternoon," says Environment Canada meteorologist Lisa West. "So anytime after 3 p.m. and continuing through the evening hours."

She says that likely means a few millimetres, with highs somewhere between 7 and 9 degrees with gusty winds mid to later evening.

West adds the light rain will likely be followed up by snow on Thursday.

"A possibility of flurries, maybe one to two centimetres on the ground. Flip-flopping between snow and rain."

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