Ottawa weather: sunny and cold with a frostbite advisory in place
A jogger runs alongside the Rideau Canal in Ottawa. Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021. (Mike Mersereau / CTV News Ottawa)
OTTAWA -- A bright and sunny Sunday greets us in Ottawa, but frigid temperatures will linger for at least another day.
Environment Canada's forecast for Ottawa includes a clear and sunny sky and a high of minus 10°C, but the wind chill is nasty. The morning breeze will make it feel more like minus 29 and, by the afternoon, a wind chill of minus 18 will stick around.
Ottawa Public Health issued a frostbite advisory on Saturday until further notice.
Clouds are expected to move in Monday evening and the overnight low will be a cold minus 18°C with a wind chill of minus 24.
Warmer temperatures return on Monday. The forecast is cloudy with a high of minus 5°C.
Tuesday could see a bit of sunshine with a high of minus 7°C.
Wednesday's outlook is sunny with a high of minus 7°C.