Risk of frost as temperatures dip overnight in Mississauga and Brampton


Published October 2, 2022 at 6:25 pm

Residents in Mississauga and Brampton can expect a clear and crisp week with temperatures dipping slightly as we head into the Thanksgiving weekend.

The rest of today (Oct. 2) will stay clear with a lack of cloud cover causing the temperature to plunge to plus two overnight. This colder temperature at night brings the risk of frost to the region.

Environment and Climate Change Canada says the frost advisory is most prevalent in Caledon, encouraging residents to cover vulnerable plants and trees.

Tomorrow (Oct. 3) there will be a high of 15 degrees Celsius during the day with the temperature dropping to a low of plus four overnight.

Clear and sunny skies will continue into Tuesday (Oct. 4) with a high hitting 19 degrees Celsius and dipping to 7 degrees overnight.

The temperature will vary only slightly for a breezy Wednesday (Oct. 5) with a high of 21 degrees Celsius and sunny, cloudless skies.

The clouds return on Thursday (Oct. 6) and bring a 60 per cent chance of showers for the evening with a low of 6 degrees Celsius.

Friday (Oct. 7) is much cooler, providing a high of only 11 degrees Celsius with a 30 per cent chance of showers continuing throughout the day. It will get as low as plus two overnight.

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