Wind chill warning ends, but cold temperatures to continue
Published Monday, March 3, 2014 10:51AM EST
Last Updated Monday, March 3, 2014 7:01PM EST
Wind chills won’t be in warning rangers overnight, but they will still mean quick discomfort for anyone who spends a substantial amount of time outdoors.
Forecasts for Waterloo Region and Wellington County call for an overnight low of -23 C.
Temperatures will warm up Tuesday – although with a high of -11 C and low of -15 C, they’ll still be far below seasonal average.
In Huron-Perth, temperaturse will drop to -21 C overnight with wind chill making it feel more like -27.
While temperatures there will heat up to -11 C by Tuesday, wind chills in the -25 range will continue through the morning before winds die down later in the day.
Grey-Bruce will see a 30 per cent chance of flurries overnight, with a low of -19 C – or -28 with wind chill.
Snow will continue falling into Tuesday, which will see a high of -10 C and low of -15 C.
Temperatures will fall to -22 C overnight in Oxford, Brant and Norfolk counties, but little wind chill is in the forecast.
For Tuesday, temperatures will rise to -10 C with light snow and a low of -13 C.
Between 2 and 4 cm of snow is also likely across our coverage area, with slightly less expected in Oxford-Brant-Norfolk.
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