Although warmer than yesterday, today is still a few degrees below normal, and it's not likely to get above normal for the foreseeable future.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -16ºC this afternoon, with clearing skies around lunchtime, after some possible morning flurries. Westerly winds at 40 km/h, with gusts to 60 km/h, will make the wind chill as bad as -35 at times.
Tonight, expect a few clouds, with the winds dying down overnight, as the low drops to -24ºC.
Tomorrow should end the week on a mainly sunny note, with a high of -14ºC.
Sunny skies continue through the weekend, with a high of -17ºC on Saturday and a high of -21ºC on Sunday. Overnight lows will trend down into the -30s.
Monday will stay sunny and cold, with a high of -20ºC, followed by a mix of sun and cloud predicted for Tuesday and a high of -17ºC.
At this point, Wednesday should see a good chance of flurries, with a high of -15ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -9ºC. The normal low is -20ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1996, when it was 3.8ºC. The coldest ever was in 1967, when it was -36.7ºC.