An even colder night tonight
If you thought last night was cold, it's getting worse tonight.
The coldest it got at Yonge and St Clair early Tuesday morning was -13. We have already hit -16 tonight and it's expected to get colder as we approach the overnight hours. The overnight windchill is expected to hit -27.
Global Toronto's meteorologist Anthony Farnell joined the Live Drive tonight on Newstalk 1010. He says the cold will last into the weekend. Next week we're expecting a couple of days of above freezing temperatures, but he says winter is not over yet and temperatures will drop again in February.
It's much worse in northern Ontario, though, where the windchill dropped to about -45 Monday night.