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This article was published 20/2/2013 (1585 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
A cold morning wind chill won't get much better through the afternoon, although things should improve in the next couple of days.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -16 C this afternoon, with moderate winds of about 30 km/h from the southwest that will combine for a wind chill of around -35.
Mixed skies will cloud over later in the day, and snow is expected to start falling around midnight, with about 2 cm on the ground by morning. Temperatures won't fall too much, remaining steady around -17 C all night long.
Tomorrow will be cloudy, with a bit of a breeze, but it won't be as chilly, with a predicted high of -10 C.
Friday should see a mix of sun and cloud, with a high of -9 C.
The weekend will be 50/50. Saturday, the forecast calls for sun, with a high of -8 C. And while the temperature will stick to that, Sunday will be cloudy, with a chance of flurries.
Into next week, the forecast looks sunny, with highs on Monday and Tuesday around -6 C.
The normal high for this time of year is -6 C. The normal low is -17 C.