Spring may be coming, but winter doesn't want to leave.
Environment Canada is calling for a cooler day today than yesterday, with a high of -6ºC this afternoon and a 60 per cent chance of flurries through the day and evening, under cloudy skies.
Skies should clear somewhat overnight, as temperatures drop down to -17ºC before morning.
Tomorrow morning will dawn mainly cloudy, but skies will clear early in the afternoon, and there should be some melting, as temperatures rise to a high of 2ºC.
Thursday should see a high of 4ºC under a mix of sun and cloud. A similar day is expected Friday, with a high of 5ºC.
But just when you think it's staying warm, a cold snap is expected on the weekend, as temperatures plunge to -20ºC Friday night. The Saturday high will be -11ºC, despite sunny skies.
Sun on Sunday won't do much to warm it up — the Sunday high will be -7ºC.
At this point, things look like they'll improve for Monday. The high that day is predicted to be -2ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -2ºC, the normal low is -12ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1981, when it rose to 13.3ºC. The coldest ever was in 1956, when it was -32.8ºc.