Coldest day of the season hits southern Ontario
Published November 28, 2023 at 10:51 am
As we head into winter, one of the coldest days of the season hits today in southern Ontario.
It’s still technically fall as winter doesn’t officially start until Dec. 21. But with colder temperatures, it’s starting to feel like winter has arrived.
As predicted on the weekend, a blast of cold weather has come through southern Ontario.
And today (Nov. 28), is looking like one of the coldest days so far this fall.
Environment Canada forecasts windchills of -13 C today in Mississauga, Brampton, Burlington and Oakville, and dropping down to -14 C with the windchill in Hamilton.
The low without the windchill is -7 C and the high is just zero. There are northwest wind gusts of up to 60 km/hr expected with a chance of flurries today.
But it will get even colder tomorrow with a wind chill -16 C, and a low of -1 C without the windchill and a high of zero, according to Environment Canada.
Thankfully, the weather looks like it will warm up a bit for the rest of the week.
The forecast for Thursday and Friday is a high of 6 C.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising