Below seasonal temperatures continue across southern Ontario


Cheryl Santa Maria
Digital Reporter

Friday, February 7, 2014, 7:50 PM -

It has been cold, snowy and windy across southern Ontario, and that trend is expected to continue through the weekend.

"A Clipper-like system will scoot across southern Ontario Saturday night into Sunday, bringing a light dusting of snow," says Weather Network meteorologist Dayna Vettese.

"A couple of centimetres at most are in the forecast -- nothing like the snow storm we saw on Wednesday. The snow will be light so some blowing and drifting is possible in open areas." 

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Below-seasonal temperatures will remain into next week, so bundle up.

Forecasters are calling for daytime highs around the -10 mark until at least until Tuesday.

Be sure to check back as we bring you the latest on this weather pattern.

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