OTTAWA – It’s another wet start to the day for the nation’s capital.
Ottawa remains under a rainfall warning, as well as a fog advisory from Environment Canada.
1310 NEWS meteorologist Jill Taylor says the fog will dissipate through the morning, with cloudy skies and more rainfall in store.
Jill says we’ll see some clearing later in the day and the temperature will dip down to 3 degrees for the afternoon.
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Jill Taylor’s Ottawa Forecast:
Today: Fog will dissipate this morning as the wind picks up out of the southwest.
Cloudy with some showers and then some clearing late in the day.
Guaranteed high 8 this morning then falling to 3 late this afternoon.
Tonight: Partly cloudy and colder.
Low near minus 9.
Tomorrow: Mainly cloudy.
High near minus 1.
Friday: Cloudy with rain or snow.
High near 1.
Saturday: Sun and cloud.
High near 4
Sunday: Snow and rain in the morning changing to all rain for the afternoon.
High near 5.
According to records from 1939-2017:
Record high: 11.7 (1953)
Record low: -30.0 (1950)
Greatest rainfall: 40.4mm (1997)
Greatest snowfall: 20.1cm (1976)
Average high: -3
Average low: -12