Workweek Outlook: A brief mid-week warming on the way
Our best chance for the warmer weather will come Wednesday and Thursday before much colder air returns on Friday
For the first time in nearly 20 days, the Sault region may see temperatures reach or climb above the freezing mark. Our best chance for the warmer weather will come Wednesday and Thursday before much colder air returns on Friday. The next cold snap may be brief as warmer air could return before the end of the upcoming weekend.
On Monday will see mostly cloudy skies with scattered lake effect activity for the first part of the day. The scattered nature of the squalls will provide a wide range of snowfall amounts. 2-5cm of snow is likely across the region with daytime highs near -9°C. Gusty winds will bring windchill values below -16°C.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy, but temperatures climb back to seasonal values near -4°C.
Warmer weather finally arrives on Wednesday as temperatures could break the freezing mark under partly cloudy skies. We may even see a mix of snow and rain in the evening.
Thursday may hold onto the warmer temperatures, but much colder air spills across the region on Friday.
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