She said although the windchill would be near -19 early in the morning, it will become less intense by the afternoon. Wintry Mix Possible. High: 30 Wind: S 10-20 miles per hour. The weekend snowstorm brought a foot of snow, followed by record cold temperatures. Snow should start near midnight with two cm to four cm expected overnight with a low of -15 C. Winds will turn strong at 15-30 miles per hour. Sunday night, snow likely.
The highest wind gusts look to be 5 p.m.to midnight with gusts 40-45 miles per hour & a few gusts perhaps 50-55 miles per hour (from the southwest).
As of 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, the warning applied to Montreal, Vaudreuil, St-Eustache, St-Rémi and Mascouche. "This will bring primarily rain for the central and southern Maritimes and most of Newfoundland, but a period of snow and ice are possible for central and northern New Brunswick".
The National Weather Service in Duluth officially had recorded 4 inches of snow as of 6 a.m., but that total was expected to be updated this morning.
Only a light glaze of freezing rain is expected, but bridges, overpasses, decks and sidewalks could become slick.
Much colder temps return for the end of the week.
THURSDAY AFTERNOON: Not a ton of additional accumulation through the day, another couple of inches at best, especially south of Buffalo across higher elevations.
Single digit temperatures for Friday morning otherwise a mix of sun and clouds and highs only in the 20s.