1st frost advisory of the season issued for parts of GTA, Niagara, Chatham-Kent

Environment Canada has issued a frost advisory for components of the Higher Toronto Space, Niagara Area and Chatham-Kent.

Within the GTA, the advisory covers Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Burlington and Oakville.

The climate company mentioned vegetation could possibly be broken with frost potential Saturday evening and early Sunday because the temperature drops to close 0 C.

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World Information climate specialist Carla Bosacki mentioned that is the primary frost advisory of the season for these areas.

“We’ll see clearing skies and winds coming in from the north and when you will have these two mixtures, that makes for no insulation with the cloud cowl so issues get fairly chilly,” she mentioned.

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“It’s going to be a chilly one in a single day tonight, a chilly begin to your Sunday. That is the primary frost warning of the season — the primary of many I’m anticipating.”

Bosacki mentioned the climate will heat up subsequent week, although, possible reaching above-seasonal temperatures.

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Peterborough Regional Climate Forecast, October 22, 2021

Peterborough Regional Climate Forecast, October 22, 2021

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