You may have bruhed off your car, but you may as well wait on shoveling the walk — a couple more centimetres of snow is expected tonight.
Environment Canada is caling for a high of -11 C this afternoon, under cloudy skies, and stiff winds this evening will make for an unpleasant walk. Gusts of up to 70 km/h and a low of -18 C will drive the windchill into the -30s overnight.
Saturday will dawn mainly sunny, with blowing snow finally tapering off that morning. Despite the sun, temperatures will fall all day. About -21 C is expected in the afternoon.
Sunday will stay sunny, with a high of -23 C and a low of -26 C. A real chill sets in for Monday, when the forecast calls for a high of -27 C and a low of -31 C.
Temperatures are expected to continue in the -20s throughout the middle of next week.
The normal high for this time of year is -12 C; the normal low is -22 C.