Periods of snow will end late this morning, but we are in for yet another stretch of below-normal days.
Environment Canada is calling for north winds at 20 km/h today, with a high of -12ºC — and that's the warmest it'll be for the next week.
Skies should clear this evening, with winds shifting to the northwest before lightening later on. The low tonight should get to -25ºC.
Sunny skies are expected tomorrow, with a moderate northwest wind in the afternoon, up to 30 km/h, meaning that the afternoon high of -15ºC will feel a little cooler than that.
Over the weekend, sunny skies will continue, with a high of -15ºC on Saturday and -16ºC on Sunday.
Into next week, the forecast calls for even more sun, with clear skies from Monday through Wesdnesday, although temperatures will dip another degree or two, with afternoon highs of -17ºC to -18ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -6ºC; the normal low is -17ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this day was in 2012, when it hit 7.8ºC. The coldest ever was in 1986, when it dropped to -38ºC.