It'll be bright, clear and still most of the day — perfect for digging out of the overnight snow dump.
Environment Canada is calling for skies to clear before noon, as even a light breeze drops to nearly still later this morning. However, it remains below normal for a couple more days, and there are more possible flurries on the way.
Today's high should hit just -16ºC, under sunny skies, although more clouds are expected this evening. There's a slight chance of flurries overnight, with a low of -23ºC.
Tomorrow will be cloudy, with a contiuing chance of flurries, as temperatures improve to about -13ºC — a relatively chilly Valentine's Day that is made for cuddling.
Saturday will be cool again, but sunny, with a high of -15ºC, before temperatures really turn the corner on Sunday.
Although cloudy, with a good chance of flurries, the mercury will soar on Sunday to a high of -3ºC. That's the warmest it's been in about four weeks.
Monday will continue the trend, with sunny skies and a high of 0ºC. Tuesday will be similar, with a high right at the melting point, and a mix of sun and cloud.
At this point, the forecast predicts a mix of sun and cloud on Wednesday, too, with a high of -1ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -8ºC. The normal low is -18ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1983, when it was 3.9ºC. The coldest ever was in 1979, when it was -36.2ºC.