First frostbite of the season announced by Ottawa Public Health.

Get prepared for a deep freeze on Friday night.
Make the best use of Gloves, mittens, warm clothing & hat keeping your skin covered to protect yourself from wind chill,
Ottawa Public Health has announced its first frostbite advisory of the season as the low is expected to reach –25 C with a wind chill of –33, according to Environment Canada.
The high is expected to rise to –12 C with a wind chill of –30 on Friday. It will be sunny in the morning, becoming a mix of sun and cloud later on.
Weekend is expected to be warm but the weekend is also expected to bring a ton of snow. Saturday’s high will be about –7 C with a “significant” amount of snow, according to a special weather statement from Environment Canada.
The warm will be short-lived, however. It’s expected to drop to –22 C on Sunday night.
The frostbite advisories are issued when the air feels like –25 C or colder and warnings when the air feels like –35 C or colder.