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Monday January 26th, 2015

Posted at 2:52pm

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Environment Canada advises to stay bundled up as temperatures will continue to dip throughout February.

Windsor is expected to experience colder temperatures that will span into the early weeks of February.

Moving into mid February, colder daytime temperatures of minus five or six degrees Celsius are expected along with night time temperatures of minus 10 to 12 degrees Celsius.

Later in the month, as temperatures start to warm up, daytime highs around zero degrees are expected with overnight lows around minus seven degrees.

Environment Canada’s warning preparedness meteorologist, Geoff Coulson says temperatures for the month of March are looking to be seasonal.

As of right now it has been indicated that Windsor will experience a normal March in terms of temperature and precipitation.

In the short term, there is a possibility that Windsor will receive another snowfall this week towards Wednesday and Thursday.

A storm is expected to hit the Windsor area over night on Wednesday that’ll carry into Thursday. Approximately five to ten centimeters of snow is expected.

So far, this year, Windsor has received a total of 70cm of snow. Taking a look at last year, up until the end of January, Windsor received a total of 150cm of snow.

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