Ottawa·Weather

Frost advisories cover most of the region tonight

Daytime highs in the mid-to-high teens are expected the rest of the week, but they'll dip down low tonight.

Clouds are looking few and far between from today until Friday

Sunset over Pimisi station in Ottawa Sept. 17, 2019. The sun is now going under the horizon at about 6:30 p.m. in Ottawa. (CBC)

There should be plenty of sunshine to bathe the fall colours this week.

Clouds are looking few and far between from today until Friday, with daytime highs in the mid-to-high teens.

The overnight low dips to 0 C tonight in Ottawa-Gatineau and areas further north and stays around freezing Wednesday and Thursday in the Pembroke and Maniwaki areas.

There are frost advisories across most of the region for tonight, not including the Pembroke or Kingston areas.

Looking waaaaay ahead to Thanksgiving weekend, there's a chance of showers Saturday then two cooler days with a mix of sun and cloud.

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