Mild Sunday before Monday morning snow

Mild Sunday before Monday morning snow

Mild Sunday before Monday morning snow

The National Weather Service (NWS) forecasted that the chill would last through the weekend in the upper Midwest - but "dangerously cold" temperatures are expected next week, with scattered heavy snow and strong winds. A couple of "Clipper" systems will move through.one arriving late Friday night with a few flurries or light snow showers. Up to five inches of snow could fall between Thursday and Friday afternoon. The snow could last three to five hours, hitting Chicago between 3 to 5 p.m. Lake effect snow is possible early Sunday morning, but that will clear for the day, and so will the skies.

We'll also challenge some record lows mid-week; a bit less windy Thursday but still frigid with highs near 0 and lows in the single digits below 0.


Tonight's forecast is calling for a low of -16 C, with wind chill values making it feel like -25 overnight. It could have disruptive impacts, with rain quickly changing to snow during the evening commute and then rapidly freezing over roads. Temperatures start to moderate on Thursday and Friday, with highs potentially rebounding into the 40s by Saturday.

These alerts - while some in Northern Ontario may find them humourous as temperatures are far colder in the northern regions, allow for action in Toronto, specifically for those most vulnerable, to take place. Wind speeds will be high, coming in from the northwest around 10-20 miles per hour.

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