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Cool today, cold tomorrow

Miguel Dominguez Jr. skates past one of the Waterfall Of Lights displays during an afternoon of skating on the city's skating oval, Saturday afternoon.

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Miguel Dominguez Jr. skates past one of the Waterfall Of Lights displays during an afternoon of skating on the city's skating oval, Saturday afternoon.

Today should be just about exactly seasonal, but it'll be a little colder tomorrow before it warms up a bit for the end of the week.

Environment Canada says some morning snow should end early this afternoon, after leaving between 2–4 cm on the ground. Some wind in the afternoon, at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h, may stir it up some, as temperatures rise to a high of -12ºC this afternoon.

Cloudy skies will continue tonight, with a 60 per cent chance of additional flurries after midnight, although skies should clear before morning. A north wind will blow in a low tonight of about -25ºC, pushing the overnight wind chill to -34.

Sunny skies are in the forecast for tomorrow, but cooler, with a high of -21ºC.

Sun will continue on Thursday, as temperatures recover to reach about -10ºC in the afternoon, followed by an even warmer Friday, with a high of -5ºC, although a few clouds are expected Friday.

Saturday will be cloudy, with a good chance of flurries, but temperatures will stay moderate, with a high of -9ºC, before sun returns on Sunday, although the high that day will be -18ºC.

At this point, the Monday forecast for next week looks to be sunny, with a high of -21ºC.

The normal high for today is -12ºC; the normal low is -22ºC.

The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1942, when it was 5ºC. The coldest ever was in 1966, when it dropped to -41.7ºC.

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