Snow continues, holiday-themed activities and a small hike in gas price

The weekend has some more snow, holiday-themed fun things and slightly higher gas prices.
The snow shows no signs of stopping this weekend in Waterloo region. (Gary Graves)

The snow shows no sign of stopping. Saturday is mainly cloudy with a 30 per cent chance of snow in the morning. There is a bit of wind from the west at 20 km/h but it will trail off before noon. 

Later in the afternoon the temperature will fall to -12 C. Nighttime is even colder with a low of -14 C.

Sunday is similar with a small chance of snow and a high of -7 C.

5 fun things for the weekend

The holiday spirit is in full force. 

Saturday evening you can head to Taste at the Tannery for the "Taste-less Christmas Show" by a Yuk Yuk's regular, Jeff McEnery. Tickets are available at the door and it starts at 8:30 p.m.

Find yourself a ugly Hanukkah sweater at Dreidlefest at Kitchener Market Sunday afternoon from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Leanne Hazon/CBC)

On Sunday you can join the Orange Peel Carollers in Cambridge at The Kiwi. It'll be an entertaining afternoon of song, and you can prepare by getting your hands on the song book the group will be using, The Canadian Pub Caroller.

Check out more weekend events on Kate's list of 5 Fun Things To Do.

Gasoline prices

The gas prices dipped last week in Waterloo region but now they've gone back up. On Friday the prices are just over $1.18/L, an increase from last Friday's $1.16/L.

Bargain prices were found in Waterloo at around $1.09/L and in Kitchener the lowest is $1.13/L.

The prices have been rising steadily since the dip experienced in early October.