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Winter returned to the Penticton area overnight

Brandon and Gracie Morrow get some morning sledding in before heading to class at Parkway Elementary School Wednesday. Area residents woke up to a blanket of white however temperatures were expected to warm up over the next couple of days.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Brandon and Gracie Morrow get some morning sledding in before heading to class at Parkway Elementary School Wednesday. Area residents woke up to a blanket of white however temperatures were expected to warm up over the next couple of days.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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