Cold Snap for Niagara
It's not just you - it's cold out.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says it is abnormally cold here in Niagara, and it's going to keep getting colder as the week goes on.
He says looking at the record books, if we do end up bottoming out Wednesday morning with a low of minus 16 it would be the coldest on record in the St. Catharines area in two years.
Our normal highs for this time of year should be around -1.
Coulson says the wind storm over the weekend was the leading edge of this cold front.
As to when it will warm up he says you won't have to wait long, it all starts to bounce back up by the middle of next week with daytime highs of +4.