We should see some sunshine break through the clouds today as daytime highs hit 5°C. Clouds move in this evening and will help temperatures remain a few degrees above freezing overnight.
A Colorado Low moves out of the American Midwest and into the Great Lakes region tomorrow. Rain will start in the early morning and continue until the late afternoon with 10-15mm of accumulation. Gusty southeast winds are likely during the day.
The boundary between snow and rain will be partway between the Sault and Wawa. There is a chance that we see some brief wet flurries in the morning, but rain is inevitable as temperatures climb to near 4°C. Winds shift to the northwest in the evening, and become more intense, bringing colder air into the region along with snow before midnight.
At the end of the week, behind this storm, we are likely to see colder temperatures as daytime highs fall back to the freezing mark. Gusty northwest winds will bring the risk of snowsqualls back into the region on Friday before high-pressure arrives on the weekend to bring sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures.
Light Rain and Drizzle
Cloudy with 40 percent chance of drizzle. Fog patches developing near midnight. Low plus 2.
Rain. Fog patches dissipating in the morning. High plus 4.
Rain changing to flurries after midnight. Snowfall amount 2 to 4 cm. Wind becoming northwest 40 km/h gusting to 60 late in the evening. Low minus 5. Wind chill minus 13 overnight.
A mix of sun and cloud with 40 percent chance of flurries. High minus 2.
Clear. Low minus 2.
Cloudy with 40 percent chance of flurries or rain showers. High plus 2.
Cloudy with 40 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 1.
Cloudy. High plus 4.
Cloudy with 30 percent chance of rain showers or flurries. Low zero.
Cloudy. High plus 3.
Cloudy periods. Low plus 2.
Cloudy with 30 percent chance of showers. High plus 5.
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Based on Environment Canada data