WEATHER: Cold, windy weather continues for Abbotsford

Winds reaching as high as 60 km/h this morning

The cold weather continues in Abbotsford for Friday.

The cold weather isn’t going away in Abbotsford.

Friday’s forecast calls for a high of -5, with temperatures dipping to as low as -8 on Saturday.

Wind will also be strong in the early morning, with estimates of gusts up to 50 kilometres per hour until 1 p.m. With the wind chill, it will feel like -15. Winds will slow down as the day continues.

Skies will be clear, but become cloudy just before midnight. Saturday morning sees a 40 per cent chance of flurries.

According to Environment Canada, here is today’s official forecast:

Today: Sunny. Wind northeast 40 to 60 km/h diminishing to 20 early this afternoon. Temperature steady near minus 5. Wind chill minus 15.
Tonight: Clear. Increasing cloudiness near midnight then 40 percent chance of flurries before morning. Low minus 8.

 

 

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