The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from meteorologist Kevin Appleby:
We saw lots of sunshine Saturday with temperatures a few degrees below average and a slight breeze. High pressure is dominating, leading to mostly clear skies and a chance to view the Northern Lights this evening!
If you choose to head out for this or for any reason, be sure to bundle up! Low temperatures will drop into the 20s, with some spots potentially slipping into the upper teens briefly early Sunday morning.
Sunday has all the makings for wall-to-wall sunshine and high temperatures that will be closer to what we normally see in early December compared to mid-November. High temps will struggle to reach the lower 40s for the most part.
The next set of days are looking dry, but we have one little bump in the road on Monday with a weak system currently in Western Canada. This will provide just a glancing blow Monday afternoon/evening, with a few light rain/snow showers possible accompanying a cold front.
High temperatures will be slightly below average. Another chance for a rain or snow shower overnight, but more than anything the breezes will begin to pick up.
Tuesday will be slightly milder, closer to average. But, it will be hard to notice this due to a gusty breeze that will make it feel a bit cooler out there.
After one more chilly start Wednesday, our weather pattern will flip to favor above-average temperatures for a bit. Wednesday and Thursday should feature plenty of sun.
Clouds increase Friday ahead of a cold front, a front in which guidance is struggling with its strength, speed, and impacts to the Capital Region. After a brief temperature setback, we could be back to 50 degrees for a high by the middle of next week.