The climate in Kelowna is relatively mild throughout the year, although winters can be cold with snow falling between November and February. (Heavy snowfall in the nearby mountains makes for great wintertime skiing.) Average low temperatures in the winter are around -5°C to -10°C (in the upper teens to low 20s Fahrenheit), and average high temperatures in the winter hover near zero. (In Fahrenheit, they range in the low to upper 30s). Summers are quite hot; daytime highs are usually in the high 20's ( low 80s in Fahrenheit), with many days in the 30's (mid 90s), and some days almost reach 40°C (105°F).   Average summer overnight lows are from 7°C to 12°C (mid 40s to low 50s).

For current weather information, forecasts, and up-to-date weather warnings, check out Environment Canada's Kelowna forecast page. (For the same page with Fahrenheit and inches, go to  imperial units.)

For more information on Kelowna's climate, check out the climate normals listed on  Environment Canada's website.