How about some Spring-like weather following this early arrival of old man winter. Sound good? According to new information from AccuWeather, a major warm up is in the cards for those areas hard hit with winter’s early grip – but it will be short lived.
You still might want to trade your shovel for an umbrella to start the work week next week.
We still have additional snow coming our way before Sunday though, another 20 cm is possible before the cold air retreats and allows a southerly flow of warmer air to encompass the great lakes. Just how warm it will get will depend on how much the jet stream moves north.
Right now, the forecast is calling for temps to rise above seasonal norms to about 5 to 8c by Sunday into Monday, with a potential for minor flooding with snow melt and rain showers moving in at the same time. Saultonline.com weather will monitor this system as it approaches, but the roads could become slick by Monday night with snow pack already on the roads.
After that a roller coaster of temperatures are in the forecast for the first half of December. Temperatures will range from plus 3c to -5c, with flurries and periods of snow for at least the first half of the month. The unseasonably cold air however will retreat leaving us with normal values for the first half of December.