Weekend Weather: First significant snow in the forecast

Cheryl Sanders
November 21, 2020

Highs temperatures will climb into the low 70s, which is unseasonably warm for late November. Get out there and enjoy it if you can because clouds will be on the increase overnight tonight and into tomorrow. Lows will be in the mid to upper 40s. Highs will be in the low to mid 60s.

Sunday will be mostly cloudy and slightly cooler, with highs around 52 degrees.

Environment Canada is calling for a significant amount of snow hitting the Ottawa area Sunday afternoon into Monday. Skies will turn mostly sunny Monday afternoon.

Our next system will push milder air back into the region for the middle of the week. The mild weather is to continue into the next week until rain clouds make an appearance on Wednesday with temperatures falling to highs of 13 degrees.

Showers will be possible for at least the first half of Thanksgiving.

WeatherWorks forecaster Rob Reale agrees temperatures will be in the 50s, but he says it will be a close call between a wet Thanksgiving and a dry Thanksgiving. We'll have to dodge a few showers on Sunday (20%) but most of the day stays dry.

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