After a largely sunny and somewhat mild Sunday, Monday will be mainly overcast, with light flurries for some southern areas in the morning. Accumulations are expected to be minimal, if any, in most locales. We have more details on what to expect, as well as taking a look at the next shot of colder weather, below.
Time to prepare for the season ahead! The Weather Network's Winter Forecast launches Monday, November 18.
- Light flurries in parts of the south Monday morning, no significant accumulations
- November will end on a chilly note
- Stay up-to-date on the ALERTS in your area
WATCH BELOW: WHEN AND WHERE TO EXPECT FLURRIES MONDAY
Overcast conditions along with some scattered flurries are expected Monday for across much of southern Ontario. Folks across the GTA could be waking up to a light dusting, but it's expected to ease off by the afternoon, with only trace amounts expected. Areas just south of Georgian Bay could see up to 5 cm on Monday.
There will be another chance of scattered flurries in the evening hours and into Tuesday, but all in all, it won't be too impressive.
Temperatures will continue to hover just above the freezing mark, around 2 or 3 degrees, except for eastern areas, where daytime highs will remain below zero.
BRIEF NOVEMBER THAW BEFORE COLDER TEMPERATURES RETURN
After the recent frigid pattern, temperatures will continue to warm up to more seasonal -- and civil -- values, but only for a short period of time, as unsettled conditions will move in once again.
"A system is expected to track into the region at the end of next week, bringing rain and snow," says Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham, adding that, behind the system, we'll be back into colder temperatures for next weekend.
"Near or below seasonal temperatures will dominate the last week of November and into early December," adds Gillham.