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Clouds to come and go, mild temps to stick around

You could go crazy trying to keep track of when it will be cloudy and when it will be sunny over the next few days, but you can rely on at least this — it'll be mild.

Environment Canada is calling for cloudy skies this morning that will clear this afternoon, with a high of -4 C but moderate north winds.

The evening will stay clear, but clouds will return overnight, along with a low of -16 C.

Thursday will be cloudy — sorry, mainly cloudy — with a high of -7 C, before sun returns to march March in (like a lamb) with a high of -7 C.

Saturday and Sunday are expected to be cloudy again, with highs around -5C both days and a good chance of flurries by Sunday.

Monday will be similar, though the forecast calls for sun again on Tuesday, with a high of -7 C.

The normal high for this time of year is -5 C; the normal low is -15 C.

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