Between the first major snowfall of the season and the rapidly falling temperatures, winter’s off to a strong and early start this year.
According to Environment Canada’s weather forecast, tonight will be the coldest night of the week at -12 degrees Celsius.
However, with the added wind chill (winds gusting from 20 to 40 km/h), it’ll feel more like -17 degrees Celsius overall.
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While warmer temperatures are expected for the rest of the week, we’ll definitely be seeing even more snow, with a chance of flurries on Wednesday night, Thursday and Friday.
Bundle up and stay warm, Brampton!