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The last couple flakes of overnight snow will taper off by this afternoon, adding a couple of centimetres to last night's accumulation.
Environment Canada says that skies will stay cloudy all day and overnight, with a little bit of wind, as temperatures reach a high of -9 C.
After dipping to about -14 C overnight, tomorrow should be even milder, with a high of -6 C, and sun breaking through the clouds by afternoon.
The weekend looks great — sun and a high of -7 C on Saturday, then clouds and a high of -5 C on Sunday.
Sunniness returns for next week, with temperatures staying in the negative single digits. The forecast calls for a high of -1 C on Monday, followed by -5 C on Tuesday and -6 C on Wednesday.
The normal high for this time of year is -6 C. The normal low is -16 C.