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An icily intense -33 C this morning will slowly give way to milder temperatures this afternoon, although it will still be well below normal for this time of year.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -17 C today with a mix of sun and cloud that should totally clear late this afternoon.
Overnight, however, clouds will return — bringing snow with them, and a low of -26 C.
Snow should end tomorrow around noon, and skies will clear up again, as temperatures head to a high of -12 C for the final day of the Lieutenant Governor's Winter Festival. However, 30 km/h winds from the northwest will drive the wind chill to -27.
Sunday and Monday will see a mix of sun and cloud, with a chance of flurries on Sunday, and a high around -15 C both days.
There's a chance, Tuesday, of reaching -3 C, before temperatures drop to daily highs around -10 C later in the week.
The normal high for this time of year is -10 C. The normal low is -21 C.