Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning and a blowing snow advisory. For the same day.
Periods of freezing rain or freezing drizzle are expected this morning. The freezing rain could persist for a few hours before a transition to rain occurs.
Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots will become icy, slippery and hazardous. Be prepared to adjust your driving with changing road conditions.
Poor visibilities can be expected by blowing snow late this afternoon through tonight.
Flurries and strong westerly winds with gusts of 60 to 90 km/h are expected following the passage of a sharp cold front this afternoon. Any fresh snow will be whipped up by the winds creating near whiteout conditions at times in blowing snow.
Sunda,y, the high temperature is predicted to be around 4 C. Tonight the temperature will drop to around minus 4 C, with the strong winds making it feel like minus 14
Conditions will improve early Monday morning as winds begin to diminish. But not so you would notice, really: Flurries, blowing snow, accumulation around 2 cm. Wind west 40 km/h gusting to 70. Temperature falling to minus 10 in the afternoon. Wind chill minus 12 in the morning and minus 20 in the afternoon. Overnight, the temperature is predicted to plunge to minus 20 C.
Tuesday, though, they predict will be sunny, but no warmth in that sun: Minus 10 for the high temperature. Tuesday night could be another really cold one, too, with a predicted low of minus 23 C.
For the rest of the week, they are calling for a mix of sun and snow.
Wednesday has a 40 per cent chance of flurries and a high of minus 12 C.
No snow predicted for Thursday, with a high of minus 5 C.
Friday should start sunny, minus 4 C, with a 40 per cent chance of snow and a low minus 10 overnight.