Above seasonal temperatures on the way for the capital region
Published Saturday, December 7, 2019 7:18AM EST Last Updated Saturday, December 7, 2019 7:30PM EST
OTTAWA -- The Capital region is set for some unseasonably warm temperatures in the coming days.
Environment Canada predicts a typical December Saturday today with a mix of sun and cloud and a high of -5C, a wind chill of -7C. There is a 30% chance of flurries this morning.
You can expect a few clouds tonight with the low falling to -12C, feeling like -18C with the wind chill. That low will rise to around -6C by morning.
Tomorrow warms up with a mix of sun and cloud, winds gusting to 40km/h, and a high of 2C. The morning will still be cold though with a wind chill of -13C.
Rain is in the forecast for Monday, with the high for the day reaching 5C. Environment Canada says the average high for December 9th is -1.7C.
Another above average day is predicted for Tuesday with a high of 4C, and periods of rain or snow.