If you've put off shoveling the walk this long, you may as well wait until the weekend, now.
Environment Canada is calling for another 5 cm of snow today, with continuing off-and-on snow for the rest of the work week.
It'll blow around some, today, too, with winds forecast to be from the northeast at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h. That'll take today's high of -10 C and give it a wind chill of up to (down to?) -25 or so.
Winds will drop a little tonight, but so will the temperatures, keeping the wind chill chilly.
Clouds are expected tomorrow, with a continuing chance of flurries throughout the day and a high of -10 C.
More cloudy skies and another chance of flurries on Friday, with a high of -5 C and a low of -11 C.
Sun is expected for the weekend, finally, with a high of -6 C on Saturday and a high of -11 C on Sunday.
Sunny skies and mild temperatures are in the forecast for early next week, too, with Monday and Tuesday looking like they'll hit temperatures or -10 C and -6 C.
The normal high for this time of year is -9 C. The normal low is -20 C.