Daily Forecast: January 10, 2023
Cloudy skies are expected across most of the region again tomorrow. Eastern Ontario will see a mix of sun and cloud throughout the day. There will be a slight chance of rain or snow showers across the region.
Freezing Drizzle Advisories remain in effect from Environment and Climate Change Canada. Freezing drizzle is expected to continue tonight into early tomorrow morning. If you are travelling tonight, please take care. Slippery conditions are expected on roadways and sidewalks.
Fog is expected to develop tonight across the region. Due to temperatures below freezing, freezing fog will be possible and may create icy surfaces along railings, roadways and sidewalks. Travel with caution and slow down in areas of poor visibility. Ensure your full lighting system is on and watch for taillights ahead.
We are monitoring the potential for a quick round of precipitation in Extreme Southwestern Ontario tomorrow morning (including Windsor, Sarnia and Chatham-Kent). Freezing drizzle and snow will be possible. We will be monitoring the radar and road conditions tomorrow morning and provide updates to you to help you stay informed.
High temperatures tomorrow will range from -7°C to 3°C across the region. The coldest temperatures will be in Eastern Ontario. Temperatures in blue represent forecasted wind chill values.