Mild temperatures and gloomy skies will continue for a couple of days, with a clear — but cold — weekend ahead.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -1ºC this afternoon, with a few flurries or freezing drizzle. Winds will pick up to about 20 km/h from the northwest late this afternoon.
Temperatures tonight will drop to -12ºC before morning, with cloudy skies persisting until tomorrow.
Clouds should clear tomorrow morning, though, with tomorrow's high reaching 1ºC.
Thursday will see a mix of sun and cloud through the day, with a high of 0ºC.
Friday kicks off a string of clear and cold days, with sunny skies and a high of -10ºC. Saturday, too, will be sunny and cold, with a high of -11ºC.
Sunday should also be sunny, wit a high of -8ºC, followed by more sun on Monday and a high of -5ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is 0ºC. The normal low is -10ºC.
The warmest it's ever been was during a record-setting heat streak just two years ago, in 2012, when it topped out at 19.6ºC on this date. The coldest ever was in 1965, when it dropped to -29.4ºC.