If you plan on spending some time outside tonight in Oakville, Burlington, Milton or Halton Hills, you’ll want to bundle up.
According to a recent Environment Canada forecast, temperatures are expected to drop to -16 tonight (Dec. 18) in Halton. With the windchill, it will feel more like -22.
Some flurries are also in the forecast for Halton.
The day will be chilly as well, with temperatures sitting at -5.
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The cold will persist, with temperatures hitting -8 on Thursday and dropping to -10 overnight.
However, a little reprieve is on the way, as temperatures will start to inch up and hit 1 on Friday.
Monday, Dec. 23 and Tuesday, Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve!) will be 5 degrees, so pretty pleasant.
Tonight, be sure to keep your pets indoors and spend as little time outside as possible.