If you like shoveling, this is the weather for you.
On top of a few centimetres of snow from yesterday, Environment Canada is calling for at least a couple more to fall today. At least the temperature is starting to warm up.
There's a good chance of flurries this morning and early this afternoon, as temperatures rise slightly to a high of -7ºC. More snow will fall later this afternoon, with about 2 cm expected in this latest band. Winds from the northeast are expected, around 30 km/h.
Tonight, snow should end around midnight, after another 2 cm fall, with winds shifting to come from the north near midnight. The overnight low could get down to -17ºC, with 30 km/h winds pushing the wind chill at times to -26.
Skies should clear tomorrow morning, with a high of -11ºC, followed by even milder temperatures on the weekend.
Saturday should be sunny with a high of -8ºC and Sunday's sunny skies should rise to a high of 0ºC.
Zero is the forecast for Monday as well, although that day should see a mix of sun and cloud.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be mainly sunny, with highs of -3ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -3ºC; the normal low is -13ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 2000, when it was 11ºC. The coldest ever was in 1953, when it dropped to -32.2ºC.