Extreme cold warning for Ottawa extends into Tuesday, freezing rain possible Wednesday


Environment Canada has maintained an extreme cold warning for the city of Ottawa on Tuesday morning, saying the glacial wind chills near -35 C will improve later in the day.Temperatures will “slowly rise” as the day goes on, with snow predicted for Tuesday night and lasting into Wednesday, the weather agency said.READ MORE: Ottawa’s deep freeze continues through Monday, ‘brief relief’ to come mid-weekStill, Environment Canada recommends residents continue to bundle up and watch for “cold-related symptoms,” including:shortness of breathchest painmuscle pain and weaknessnumbnesscolour change in fingers and toes.WATCH: Kingston area deals with worst winter storm of the season

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