Expect a lot of overcast skies for the next few days, but the temperature should make up for the lack of sun.
Environment Canada is calling for mainly cloudy skies today, with a slight chance of flurries, and a high of -13ºC.
Chances are good for more flurries tonight, as temperatures drop to -18ºC before dawn tomorrow.
Saturday should be cloudy, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries through the day, although skies should clear for a bit late in the evening. The Saturday high will be -13ºC, but 15 km/h winds will push the wind chill at times to -27.
Periods of snow are expected Sunday, but the temperature will continue to increase, getting to a high of -7ºC.
Then, into next week, a stretch of above-normal days are expected. Monday should be cloudy, with a high of -1ºC, followed by sun on Tuesday and a high of -1ºC.
Wednesday and Thursday are predicted to be cloudy, with a chance of more flurries, and highs around -4ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -7ºC; the normal low is -18ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date is 4.5ºC, in 1984. The coldest ever was in 1967, when it was -34.4ºC.