WEATHER: More snow for Abbotsford

Early morning snow followed by cold temperatures for Monday

Periods of snow and chilly conditions are expected for Abbotsford on Monday.

Expect a little bit more of the white stuff this morning in Abbotsford.

According to Environment Canada, Abbotsford will receive periods of snow this morning until around 10 a.m., with cold temperatures sticking around for the remainder of the day.

The temperature will “heat up” to around zero at several different time periods throughout the day, and dipping to below zero in the late evening.

Here is today’s official forecast for Monday:

Today: Periods of snow ending this morning then mainly cloudy. Local amount 2 to 4 cm. Windy this morning. Temperature steady near zero.
Tonight: Clearing. Low minus 5.

 

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