Daily Forecast: January 13, 2023
Heavy snow will continue across Eastern Ontario tomorrow, with the heaviest snow falling in the Ottawa Valley. The rest of the region will see flurries throughout the day. Accumulations across the rest of the region are expected to be rather low. For more details, visit our STORM WATCH page here.
Winter Storm Warnings, Snowfall Warnings, Special Weather Statements, Fog Advisories and Winter Weather Travel Advisories all remain in effect from Environment and Climate Change Canada across the region. The winter storm will move out of the region late tomorrow.
Temperatures will fall below the freezing mark tonight across the region. Any area that receives rain or wet snow this evening or overnight may see icy conditions in the morning as the water freezes.
As the flurries fall across the Southwestern Ontario during the morning commute, strong wind gusts of 50 to 60 km/h are expected. The strong wind gusts combined with the flurries may create low visibility.
Fog patches are expected to develop across Southwestern Ontario tonight into tomorrow morning. If driving, slow down, turn on your full lighting system, and watch for taillights ahead.
Temperatures tomorrow will range from -8°C to -2°C across the region. Temperatures in blue represent forecasted wind chill values.