A sunny day and cold night in the forecast to wrap up September in Ottawa
A mostly sunny day and a cold night is in the forecast for Ottawa to wrap up September.
After a sunny start to the day, Environment Canada's forecast calls for clouds to roll in this afternoon. A high today of 15 C.
Tonight will be clear, with a low of plus 3 C.
Friday will see a mix of sun and cloud with a high of 18 C.
Saturday will be cloudy with a 60 per cent chance of showers, a high of 16 C.
The outlook for Sunday is a mix of sun and cloud with a chance of showers, high 16 C.
A mix of sun and cloud is in the forecast for Monday, with a high of 17 C.
The normal temperatures for this time of year are a high of 16 C and a low of 6 C.
WARM OCTOBER IN THE FORECAST
The above normal temperatures this weekend will be a preview of the full month of October.
Environment Canada's monthly forecast calls for above seasonal temperatures for Ottawa and eastern Ontario during the month of October.
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