It looks as though the National Capital region will have to deal without weather office warnings, alerts and/or special statements for the next few days.
For the next few days, and straight through the weekend, the forecast is for above-average daytime temps, albeit with periods of either snow, freezing rain or rain.
The latest storm system pulled out of the region early Thursday after depositing just under 10 cm of snow, and very little freezing rain, despite cautionary messages from the weather office.
Periods of light snow may occur, with a high near 0 C. Thursday night is looking mainly cloudy early on, with 60 per cent chance of light snow, gradually clearing towards morning. The low should be around -12 C, with little wind chill.
Friday should begin with sunny skies, gradually changing to a mix of sun and cloud. The high looks like -1 C, with a possible wind chill reading of -15 in the morning, then -6 in the evening.
Friday night is forecast to be clear, dipping to -10 C.
Saturday looks like increasing clouds with a high near 0 C again.
Saturday night’s forecast is for periods of freezing rain or snow and a low of -4 C.
Sunday is looking like periods of freezing rain or rain, with a high of 3 C, changing to possible flurries and a low of -7 C overnight.
Back to work Monday’s forecast is mixed skies with a 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -6 C.
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