Cold temperatures and snow in the forecast for Burlington, Milton and Oakville this weekend

 

Bad news for fans of the warm temperatures we’ve been having recently.

Snow and cold temperatures are coming to Halton this weekend.

According to the latest data from the Weather Network, temperatures in Burlington will be dropping to -7 degrees Friday night, before rising slightly to -4 degrees Saturday morning and then rising again to 0 degrees Saturday afternoon through the evening.

While temperatures in Milton will be dropping to -8 degrees Friday night before rising to -4 degrees Saturday morning and then rising again to 0 degrees Saturday afternoon through the evening. 

Oakville temperatures will be slightly warmer, -6 degrees, Friday night, before rising to -3 degrees Saturday morning and rising again to 0 degrees Saturday afternoon through the evening. 

Additionally, all three cities are expected to get between one to three cm of snow Saturday morning, five more during the afternoon, and then Burlington and Milton will get two to four cm Saturday evening, while Oakville is expected to get one to three cm.

Temperatures will drop again Sunday for all three cities, as Burlington’s temperature will drop to -4 degrees Sunday morning and continue to drop to -10 degrees overnight Sunday, while Milton will drop to -4 degrees Sunday morning and continue to drop to -11 degrees Sunday night, and Oakville temperatures will drop to -3 degrees Sunday morning and continue to drop to -10 degrees Sunday night.

However, all three cities won’t see much snow Sunday, as there’s expected to be less than one cm.

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