Weather: String of snowy days starts with up to 10 cm Monday
Hello, snow — looks like you’re going to be staying awhile.
Light snow starts Monday morning and becomes heavy at times by late morning with 5 to 10 cm expected during the day, according to the Environment and Climate Change Canada forecast.
Another 2 cm is expected overnight as wind becomes southwest at 20 km/h near noon and up to 15 km/h overnight. There’s a 30 per cent chance of flurries after the snow tapers off.
Monday’s high is -1 C and the low is -2 C.
Getting around: winter weather travel advisory for Monday afternoon
Periods of snow start again Tuesday with another 5 cm expected. Wind becomes west at 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the morning. The high is 2 C and the low is -4 C.
The forecast for Wednesday is just “snow” with a high of 1 C and a low of -13 C with flurries.
Sunshine and -6 C are on tap for Thursday with a low of -18 C.
Friday is sunny and -3 C with a low of -9 C.
Cloudy skies and milder temperatures return for the weekend with a high of 0 C and low of -4 C Saturday.
Sunday is cloudy and 2 C.
“Normals” for this time of year are highs of -2 C and lows of -12 C. Sunrise is at 6:52 a.m. and sunset is at 5:39 p.m.