Below freezing temperatures all week in Niagara Falls, St Catharines but nothing out of the norm


Published January 30, 2023 at 10:30 am

Brace yourself for a cold week in Niagara Falls, St. Catharines and the rest of Niagara as the thermometer will not go above 0C  as the region heads into February, traditionally the coldest month of the year.

However, the week will only seem cold compared to the weather the area has since in recent weeks as the temperatures have routinely been higher than average.

Today’s (Jan. 30) high will reach minus 1 with temperatures dipping to -9C tonight. Tomorrow, things will drop to a high of -5C with an overnight drop to -10C.

More of the same on Wednesday, which will top out at -4C before dropping to -9C during the night.

Thursday will be the warmest day of the week, hitting zero before plunging to -11C at night. That lead-in will make Friday a chilly one, hitting -11C as the high before dropping to -14C overnight.

The weekend will warm up a little, hitting -4C on Saturday and -1C on Sunday.

Today, Friday and Sunday will all likely see some snow flurries though nothing at a weather warning level.

The average high at this time of year is minus 1, and the average low is minus 8.

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