Gray sky, mild heights and the possibility of rain
Gray skies, mild heights and the risk of showers with the risk of freezing rain will persist by the end of 2021.
Keep an eye out for snow and cold to start 2022.
Thursday and Thursday night are expected to be cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and risk of freezing rain, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada. The weather forecast is -2 C with a wind cooling near -8. The expected low point is -7 C with a wind cooling of -10.
Friday is expected to be cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers, shifting to a 30 percent chance of drizzle in the afternoon with the risk of freezing rain in the morning and afternoon. The weather forecast is 1 C with a wind cooling of -8 C in the morning.
There is a 40 percent chance of showers on New Year’s Eve with a minimum of -1 C.
New Year’s Day is expected to be cloudy – again – with a 60 percent chance of showers or rain showers and a high temperature of 2 C.
Periods of snow are expected to start Saturday night with a minimum of -9 C.
Sunday looks brighter but cool with a forecast mix of sun and clouds, 40 percent chance of rain and a temperature of -10 C. The mercury is expected to dive to -22 C under clear skies on Sunday night.
Mixed skies are expected on Monday with a temperature of -9 C and a min of -10 C.
“Normals” for this time of year are high temperatures of -6 C and lowest temperatures of -14 C.
Sunrise is at 7:42 and sunset at. 16:28
It’s a good day to be a duck.