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Temperatures will just barely edge out of the minuses today — with even warmer stuff ahead — but a little more winter may fall tomorrow.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 0ºC this afternoon, with sunny skies helping to make it feel even warmer.
Partly cloudy skies tonight, and a bit of wind, are expected, as temperatures dip to -6ºC before morning.
Clouds are the order of the day for holiday Good Friday, with rain beginning in the afternoon, turning to a mix of rain and snow in the evening. Between 10–15 mm of rain is predicted, although no snow accumulation is called for. Friday's high will be 5ºC, with the overnight low touching 0ºC.
Saturday will stay cloudy, with a high of 7ºC, but sun is in store for Easter Sunday, along with a double-digit high of 10ºC.
Monday should see a mix of sun and cloud, along with a high of 10ºC, followed by sunny skies and a high of 15ºC on Tuesday.
At this point, the Wednesday forecast predicts a chance of spring showers, and a high of 11ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 11ºC, the normal low is -1ºC.
The coldest it's ever been on this date was in 1953, when it dipped to -15.6ºC. The warmest ever was in 1994, when it reached 25.3ºC.