Cold snap begins in Ottawa, expected to last several days
OTTAWA -- Bundle up, Ottawa: the first real cold snap of the winter starts today and will last through the weekend.
Environment Canada's forecasted high for Thursday is -13 C, with a wind chill around -24. There is a risk of frostbite overnight as the temperature drops to -17 C.
On Friday, the wind chill in the morning will be a ridiculous -29. The high will reach -12 C, with the wind chill making it feel no warmer than a bone-chilling -18 all day. There is also a risk of frostbite that day.
The temperature will drop to -23 C overnight on Friday.
Saturday will be sunny with a high of -12 C, and an overnight low of -22 C heading into Sunday.
Sunday things will start to warm up a little more, with a high of -9 C.
Things will finally warm up next week; expect above-average temperatures starting on Monday.