A blast of Arctic air is poised to hit southern Ontario on Monday.
“Gusty winds will make it feel even colder, with windchill values reaching the minus teens at times. Similar temperatures are expected Monday, though it’ll be much colder in eastern Ontario and southern Quebec, with daytime highs no warmer than the minus teens, and windchill values feeling closer to -20,” The Weather Network was reporting on Sunday.
“Looking ahead further, temperatures will moderate Tuesday and Wednesday, but another colder blast of Arctic air arrives late week. Variable temperatures and an active pattern are expected into the second week of January.”
Environment Canada said Sunday night would be cloudy with winds at 20 km/h and a low of minus 11C.
On Monday, there will be a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 4C.
Tuesday will have a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 0C.
There will be a 70% chance of flurries on Tuesday evening.