Arctic air continues to keep Muskoka feeling like an icebox next week
It’s not officially winter just yet, but it’s going to feel like it in Muskoka.
The arctic air that’s been causing snow squalls in the district is still going to hang around next week. Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says the daily highs are going to be much lower than usual.
Coulson says this cold air still has the possibility of pushing more snow squalls off of Georgian Bay again. The arctic weather isn’t expected to move out of Muskoka until the end of December.
The MyMuskokaNow newsroom will keep you updated on any storm activity that moves into the district.