Be sure to enjoy the relatively warm weather Friday because things are predicted to get much colder in the coming days.
Expect occasional flurries and moderate winds over the next few days, making it feel like you're walking in double-digit negative temperatures. From Saturday until Tuesday, forecasts are calling for at least a 60 per cent chance of flurries throughout the day.
Here is a look at how the next few days are going to look and feel in Waterloo Region, according to figures derived from The Weather Network, which are subject to change.
Expect a high of -2 C and a low of -10 C with mainly cloudy skies, 30 km/h winds with a chance of flurries. It may feel closer to -9.
A few snow squalls are anticipated along with a sharp drop in temperature to a high of -9 C and a low of -14 C. Bundle up, it's expected to feel like -18. Expect one to three centimetres of snow and 30 km/h winds.
Scattered flurries are expected throughout the day with a high of -9 C and a low of -13 C, although it's expected to feel closer to -17. Anticipate less than five centimetres of snow and 35 km/h winds.
A cloudy day with sunny breaks are expected with a high of -7 C and a low of -11 C. The wind chill may make it feel like -15. At least the wind will decrease to 25 km/h.
A mix of sun and clouds are forecasted with a high of -6 C and low of -13 C. The wind will really taper off at only 15 km/h and three hours of sun is expected (only two hours are expected for every day before Wednesday).
Expect another mix of sun and clouds with a high of -4 C and a low of -9 C. Anticipate basking in four hours of sunlight (double the amount we could see daily during most of the week) with 20 km/h winds.