Daily Forecast: November 30, 2022
Rain will continue to move across the region overnight, ending throughout the day. Wind gusts of 70 to 90 km/h will be seen tomorrow, beginning in the morning. Ensure any loose objects are secured or brought inside.
Special Weather Statements and Wind Warnings remain in effect from Environment and Climate Change Canada due to the strong winds expected tomorrow throughout the day.
Snow Squall Watches have been posted from Environment and Climate Change Canada as well. Snow squalls are expected to develop tomorrow afternoon after rain moves out of the area. Many areas will see snow squalls, including areas that do not typically see snow squalls. The combination of falling snow and strong winds gusts may create poor visibility and poor driving conditions. If travelling, take caution.
Temperatures across the region will fall throughout the day as well, leading to the snow. Any standing water will likely freeze. Watch for icy conditions that may form on roads and sidewalks late in the afternoon.
High temperatures will range from 3°C to 9°C across the region.