It'll be a little cooler today, and there's a chance of flurries, but temperatures will be stay fairly pleasant until later in the week.
Environment Canada is caling for a steady temperatures around 11 C today, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries all day and into this evening.
Clouds will stick around overnight and tomorrow, with temperatures dropping to around -18 C and staying there for the day. Winds of about 30 km/h from the northwest, and gusts of up to 50 km/h will take the wind chill to -33.
Thursday will see some sun, but at the price of cold air. The forecast for that day is for a high of -25 C, then dipping down to a low of -34 C before Friday's high of -24 C.
For the second weekend in a row, the predicted high on Saturday is -4 C under sunny skies, although it could be windy. Sunday will be a bit cooler, with a high of -14 C.
Temperatures will stay moderate into early next week.
The normal high for this time of year is -10 C. The normal low is -21 C.