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After one last day of deep freeze, Jack Frost will release his grip on the region just in time for the weekend.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -21 C this afternoon, under sunny skies. A few clouds will come this evening, with an overnight low of -24 C.
But tomorrow will kick off a couple of days that will be just perfect for weekend activities.
Saturday's forecast is for a high of -10 C, though overcast.
After a moderate overnight low of -12 C, some sun will break through for Sunday, with a high of -7 C that afternoon.
Sun will stick around for the start of next week, with a high of -6 C on Monday.
Things will cool down a little later in the week. Clouds and a chance of flurries are predicted for Tuesday, with a high of -10 C. Wednesday and Thursday could see a return to temperatures in the -20s.
The normal high for this time of year is -11 C. The normal low is -22 C.