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Weekend weather forecast: Light flurries and cool temperatures

Weekend weather forecast: Light flurries and cool temperatures
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Don’t let that warm weather from this week fool you… The sky still has some snow left to fall.

Friday is expected to have light snow with temperatures varying from -8C to -15C, with a risk of icy roads, as issued from Environment Canada:

“Surfaces like roads, walkways and parking lots could become icy, slippery and dangerous Thursday night [...] Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions. Rapidly accumulating snow will make travel difficult. Visibility may be suddenly reduced at times in heavy snow.”

Temperatures will start to warm up once Saturday afternoon rolls around, with an average of -4C and light snow. The sun is expected to finally come out on Sunday with cooler temperatures averaging at about -10C. 

The rest of the month of February is forecasted to follow the same pattern before we head into the month of March. 

Only 31 more days left until Spring! We got this. 

The Weather Network

Source: The Weather Network

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