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Canada Ontario: Mild start to the week before temperatures plummet

13:30  04 november  2019
13:30  04 november  2019 Source:   theweathernetwork.com

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The plummeting temperatures are also creating the conditions for flakes to fly in southern parts of the province, including the Greater Toronto Area. Later on in the week , temperatures will continue to plummet further with daytime highs barely climbing above freezing.

Temperatures across the UK plummeted overnight on Monday, reaching -6C (21F) in parts of Scotland and northern England. Another band of snow, sleet and rain is forecast to sweep across the country from Wednesday to Thursday, followed by mild weather.

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Monday's conditions will seem mild compared to the cooling temperature trend that will be widespread across southern Ontario this week. The plummeting temperatures are also creating the conditions for flakes to fly in southern parts of the province, including the Greater Toronto Area. Details and timing, below.

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The mild conditions of the past two weeks are set to give way to freezing temperatures , with sleet and snow predicted in parts of Britain over Temperatures in 2013 have been mild so far – 10C (50F) was recorded in London on Wednesday – but the mercury is expected to plummet by the end of the week .

WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS

  • Several systems set to move through next week, starting Monday
  • Colder-than-average temperatures dominate first weeks of November
  • Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area

WATCH BELOW: TIMING OF RAIN, SNOW

The eastern regions of southern Ontario will experience a fairly soggy Monday with the latest low pressure system that began impacting the region Sunday night.

The Nickle Belt and the higher terrain of cottage country will see the risk for snow through Monday and higher parts of southern Ontario's snow belt will also see the chance for a mix of rain and snow.

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High pressure to the southwest of the UK will steer milder air into Britain pushing temperatures into Some light drizzle may appear on Friday but generally it will be a dry and mild start to the day. DEEP FREEZE. Temperature plummets to -7C overnight before more snow hits Britain this week .

Temperatures in 2013 have been mild so far – 10C (50F) was recorded in London on Wednesday – but the mercury is expected to plummet by the end of the week . There's more of an easterly wind coming in, with the possibility of snow showers by the weekend and the start of next week .

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Monday's system will be just the first in a series to threaten snow for southern Ontario next week as a cold pattern seems set to dominate the first two weeks of November. Passing systems and lingering cold air should also help to kick the lake-effect snow machine into gear, particularly toward the end of the week.

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Temperatures will progressively get colder after Monday and lake-effect snow is expected to continue throughout the day on Tuesday in the snow belt regions.

A weak clipper system will then track across southern Ontario by Wednesday and will bring the chance for a mix of snow and rain in parts of the Greater Toronto Area, however only very minor amounts are expected to accumulate.

Later on in the week, temperatures will continue to plummet further with daytime highs barely climbing above freezing. "A blast of Arctic air will take aim at the Great Lakes region late next week," says The Weather Network's Dr. Doug Gillham.

"Temperatures will struggle to top 0ºC next Friday! This will bring a threat for bands of heavy lake-effect snow for the traditional snow belts. Colder-than-seasonal temperatures will dominate through the second week of November."

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