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Frostbite advisory still in effect but milder temperatures are in sight

Brrr! And a bright spot. Ottawa awoke Monday to -24 C – which feels more like -34 – but the temperature should rise to above zero by the weekend. Public health officials said a frostbite warning continued to be in effect Monday. Environment Canada predicts a high of -14 C, with easterly winds at 20 […]

Brrr! And a bright spot.


Ottawa awoke Monday to -24 C – which feels more like -34 – but the temperature should rise to above zero by the weekend.


Public health officials said a frostbite warning continued to be in effect Monday. Environment Canada predicts a high of -14 C, with easterly winds at 20 km/h making it feel much colder.


Periods of snow begin late Monday evening with a total of 2 cm expected as winds drop off. The low is -16 C.


Tuesday’s forecast is for clouds, a 40 per cent chance of morning flurries and a high of -10 C. There’s a 30 per cent chance of snow throughout the day and a low of -15 C overnight.


For Wednesday, expect a mix of sun and cloud and a high of -9 C. The low is -12 C with a 30 per cent chance of flurries. 


Thursday and Friday are even warmer with highs of -3 C and a 30 per cent chance of flurries each day. The lows are -8 C and -6 C respectively.


There’s a 40 per cent chance of snow Saturday and a high – and low – of 0 C.


Sunday’s forecast is even warmer: 2 C with a 40 per cent chance or rain or snow.





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