The good weather news is that if you are planning to venture out to celebrate the impending New Year the weather, though rainy, will be seasonably quite warm with tonight’s New Year’s Eve low of 41°F. The high temperature for Saturday will be early in the day, at 43°F.
New Years Eve 2010 through New Years Day 2011 (Evening) Haliburton Highlands Forecast
Light rain continues through Saturday (New Year’s Day) and into Saturday evening. Expect less than 1 inch precipitation accumulation for this 24-hour period. The low temperature Saturday night will be 27°F.
Long term weather forecast Haliburton Highlands 1.1.11 - 1.06.11
Sunday, January 2, the temperatures drop and scattered flurries result. The high temperature will be 24°F and the low overnight 14°F. There is expected to be 1 inch snow accumulation.
Monday, be prepared for snow squalls, a high temperature of 24°F and a low of 18°F. There should be about 1-2 inches of snow accumulation.
Light snow continues on Tuesday with the high temperature edging up to 26°F. The low overnight will be 17°F and there is a 2-inch accumulation of the white stuff in the forecast. Skiers, snowboarders, and other snow-types rejoice.
Wednesday, look for a ‘few flurries’ and a high temperature of 24°F. The low should be 18°F and the total precipitation accumulation should be less than 1 inch.
Thursday brings more sun than any other day this week. Expect cloudy periods, a high of 22°F and a low overnight of 17°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast for Thursday.
Ontario Canada Web cam Photos: What a difference a day can make!
Due to the steady precipitation combined with seasonally high temperatures, snow and ice are melting quickly.
In several photographs you can see the dramatic difference between how yesterday appeared and how today does.
There are some very pretty scenes which thanks to the abundance of Ontario web-cammers, will give you a fairly comprehensive snapshot of South-eastern Ontario on the last day of the year 2010.
Expect variable clouds tonight, Friday, with temperatures dropping to 11°F and with clear breaks in the cloudiness. Saturday morning will continue to be mainly cloudy be mainly cloudy and 15°F. Saturday/ Christmas afternoon will be cloudy with sunny breaks with a high for the day of 18°F. By Christmas evening it will be 15°F and will continue to be mainly cloudy. There is no precipitation in this 24-hour period.
Christmas in Canada 2010
Haliburton Highlands Long Term Forecast - 12. 25 -30
Overnight on Saturday temperatures will drop to 13°F.
Sunday, a/k/a Boxing Day will again bring variable cloudiness and a high temperature of 18°F. The overnight low will again be 13°F. There is no snow in the forecast.
Monday, December 27, continues with variable cloudiness, a high of 18°F and an overnight low 8°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Tuesday, there will be scattered flurries, a high temperature of 22°F, and an overnight low dropping to 6°F. In addition, on Tuesday you can look for up to one inch of snow.
Wednesday again brings variable cloudiness with a high temperature of 27°F, a low overnight of 20°F, and up to 0.4 inches of snow accumulation.
Thursday, December 30, look for scattered flurries with close to one inch of accumulation. The high temperatures will be 29°F and the overnight low 20°F. There may be up to 1 inch of precipitation accumulation.
When you wake on Saturday, those of you that like to play outdoors have some perfect weather in which to do so. Though Saturday will be mainly cloudy, there will be no precipitation, the wind will be mild and out of the south, and the high temperature will be a seasonal 24°F. The Saturday overnight low will be 13°F.
Haliburton Highlands Long Term Weather
Sunday, expect a day of cloudiness with sunny breaks. There will be no snow. The high temperature on Sunday will again be seasonal at 22°F making for another good day to be outside enjoying yourselves. The low overnight will again be 13°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast.
Monday which begins a truncated work week for many, expect variable cloudiness, a high temperature of 22°F and a low overnight of 11°F. Again, there is no snow in the forecast.
Tuesday will bring scattered flurries with accumulation of up to 2 inches. The high temperature will be 24°F and the overnight low will be 17°F.
Wednesday again brings scattered flurries with an expected accumulation of less than 1 inch. Temperatures Wednesday will reach 32°F with an overnight low of 18°F.
Thursday expect sun and some cloudy periods. The high will be 22°F and the low overnight will be 15°F. There is no snow in the forecast.
Friday–Christmas Eve expect a mainly cloudy day with a high of 20°F and a low overnight of 11°F. There is no precipitation in the forecast for Friday.