It's another mild day today, and that's how it looks to be for about the next week.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -5ºC today, although there's a chance of morning flurries and a bit of a breeze.
Skies should clear late this evening, as winds up to 20 km/h continue from the northwest. Overnight, the low should drop to -9ºC.
Increasing cloudiness is expected tomorrow, with a high of -5ºC tomorrow afternoon. Snow will being early in the evening, with 2–4 cm expected in total.
Sunday should be cloudy, with a high of -6ºC, followed by a mix of sun and cloud on Monday, with a possible chance of flurries, and a high of -5ºC.
Tuesday will be sunny, with temperatures steady around -8ºC, but clouds and possible flurries return Wednesday, as the high pushes up to 0ºC.
At this point, Thursday looks to be the coldest day in the next week, with sunny skies and a high of -9ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -12ºC. The normal low is -23ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1990, when it was 4.4ºC. The coldest ever was in 1993, when it was -39.7ºC.