Cloudy skies over the Discovery Passage on June 5, 2019. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Cloudy skies and showers expected in Campbell River

Risk of thunderstorm this evening, says Environment Canada

Good morning, Campbell River.

It’s currently cloudy and about 10 C at the airport. Overcast conditions are expected to continue with a few showers, according to Environment Canada.

The forecast says it will become windy this afternoon, with a high of 16 C.

Tonight, we’ll see cloudy skies with a 60 per cent chance of showers early in the evening, then partly cloudy conditions. There’s a risk of a thunderstorm early this evening, and a low of 10 C is expected.

No issues are being reported on area roads, according to DriveBC. Construction work is ongoing on Jubilee Parkway.

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