Frost advisory issued for southern Ontario with ‘record cold’ expected, possible snow

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A frost advisory is in place for southern Ontario with “record cold” expected in the region. Environment Canada issued the advisory on Sunday warning of near-zero temperatures into Monday morning, and possibly even a few centimetres of snow. Monday marks the beginning of frost advisory season for the affected areas. “The unusually cold air mass that brought record cold across southern Ontario this weekend isn’t going anywhere quick,” Global News meteorologist Ross Hull said. “It’s all due to a circulating area of arctic air that’s parked over the area — yes, the polar vortex. Temperatures will hover around the freezing mark into Monday morning but much colder air will move in for Monday night and Tuesday night especially, with more record cold likely.”