After Sunday’s snowy 105th Grey Cup, expect more cloudy skies and a 30 per cent chance of flurries to start your Monday morning.
The skies will clear in the afternoon with the temperature holding steady near –5 C.
Overnight, the temperature will dip to –11 C with partly cloudy skies.
Bundle up first thing Tues. lows overnight near -11. W/c near -13. Under a mix of ☀️&☁️, a cold E wind will turn SSW gusting near 50 by pm & boost temps up near 9°! A few☔️will move in by late eve. ⛅️ & 3° Wed but temps slowly fall by pm. A few ☔️possible later Thurs. pic.twitter.com/6YINY1vHic
— Ian Black (@BlacksWeather) November 27, 2017
Time to change over the Autumn 🍂 hearth display to a more festive theme 🎄. Morning ☀️gives way to ☁️& a chance of a few pm flurries. -5° now w/a w/c of -11 (brrr). High -2. NW wind 20+ turns WSW 20+ by pm. Looks like a couple cm of snow on the way after dark! 🌥Mon & -4° pic.twitter.com/WohtMC5mR1
— Ian Black (@BlacksWeather) November 26, 2017
Forest floor, dogs eye view (Greenbelt). ☔️this am then clouds for pm. 6° now. Temps fall L8er pm as wind turns NW 20. Colder o/nite. Low -6. More☁️than☀️Sunday. High -3. A pm flurry possible. Cold W wind 20+. ❄️likely by eve. ~2-3cm. Should make for true Cdn 🇨🇦🏆 🏈 pic.twitter.com/4T1nhsCX1W
— Ian Black (@BlacksWeather) November 25, 2017
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