Some Snow in the Forecast for Mississauga This Weekend
This has been a bit of a chilly fall, and it looks like it's about to get just a little more wintery.
According to a recent Environment Canada forecast, some snow and flurries are in store for Mississauga this weekend.
According to the forecast, temperatures will fall to 5 degrees on Saturday and snow—not flurries, but snow—will come on Saturday night.
There's also a chance of rain showers or flurries on Sunday.
As for Halloween night itself, it looks like it'll be a manageable 11 degrees with some possible rain.
So dress warm if you plan on going out this weekend, as it looks like winter (or at least winter weather) is coming.
And coming much too soon.
Cover photo courtesy of @idris.yyz
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