Showers expected Thursday but sunshine is on the horizon for the weekend

Temperatures will continue to climb with the weekend hitting double digits

(Black Press file photo)

There’s a 40 per cent chance of showers Thursday afternoon, reaching a high of 8 C, according to Environment Canada.

The evening will be mainly cloudy with possible showers throughout the night reaching a low of 4 C.

READ ALSO: Victoria temperature expected to hit 19 degrees by Tuesday

Friday will have a 30 per cent chance of rain in the morning under mainly cloudy skies, clearing around noon with a high of 11 C. Overnight, we’ll see a low of 4 C with some cloudy periods.

READ ALSO: Unemployment rate in Greater Victoria drops to 3.2 per cent

Saturday is looking like a mix of sun and cloud with a high of 12 C and Sunday will be sunny with a high of 14 C and a low of 3 C overnight.

Temperatures will continue to rise next week with a high of 17 C in the forecast for Monday and 19 C for Tuesday.



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