Ecosystem Canada’s a lot-advertised and overhyped wintertime storm will, as anticipated, pass up the Sault location properly to the east. We will in its place see just the edge of this method with only a trace of snow or rain early this evening. Places from St. Joseph Island to Sudbury can anticipate higher accumulation. Temperatures will climb a couple of degrees over the freezing mark, but a moist east wind will make it really feel a handful of degrees cooler. This east wind backs to the north and then northwest afterwards tonight.
Northwesterly winds arrive tomorrow and usher in cooler air as daytime highs fall to -4°C. Skies will be partly cloudy, and windchill values will be in close proximity to -13.
Hotter air returns Saturday on a southerly wind. Temperatures climb above the freezing mark under a blend of sun and cloud.