Daytime temperatures for the next few days will rise above the freezing mark, but a messy mix of snow and drizzle, might keep you inside.
The Environment and Climate Change Canada forecast is calling for a high of 3 C on Saturday with periods of light snow in the early morning, changing heavier snowfall later in the morning. Then a 70 per cent chance of drizzle later in the afternoon. About 5 cm of snow should fall. The wind might become a factor with gust of 40 late in the morning. Wind chill will make if feel closer to -8.
Fog patches could develop near midnight, the low dipping to -3 C.
Sunday looks a bit better with a mix of sun and cloud and a 60 per cent chance of showers in the afternoon. The fog should dissipate in the morning. Sunday’s high is 5 C, the low stays above freezing at 2 C.
Monday is expected to be cloudy as the daytime temperature is 2 C, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries. The temperature is then set to plummet. The low is expected to bottom out at -19 C.
Tuesday will be sunny with a high of -5 C and low of – 8 C.
Some clouds return Wednesday as the temperature is set to once again rise above freezing.