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More snow on the way today

Students walk towards McMaster Hall at Brandon University on a snowy Monday morning. Up to 10 cm of snow is expected today, along with wind gusts up to 50 km/h.

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Students walk towards McMaster Hall at Brandon University on a snowy Monday morning. Up to 10 cm of snow is expected today, along with wind gusts up to 50 km/h.

Brandon woke up to a dusting of snow from overnight — but there's more coming.

Environment Canada is calling for between five and 10 centimetres of snow today, with northeast winds at 30 km/h that will gust up to 50 km/h.

The high will be a relatively mild -6ºC this afternoon, but snow and wind will continue tonight, with an additional 2–4 cm and an overnight low of -14ºC.

Snow should end tomorrow around noon, after yet another 2 cm, but there's a lingering chance of the occasional flurry tomorrow afternoon, until skies clear in the evening, and the wind finally dies down.

Tomorrow's high will be -12ºC, but the wind chill could push to -26.

Cold air will follow the snow, bringing frigid days later this week that are well below normal.

Wednesday should see a mix of sun and cloud and a high of -17ºC.

Sunny skies are expected for the rest of the week, with a high of -18ºC on Thursday, a high of -20ºC on Friday and then a high of -23ºC by Saturday.

At this point, Sunday is predicted to be sunny with a high of -20ºC. Overnight lows this weekend are forecast to be in the -30ºC range.

A year ago today, it was foggy and mild, getting warmer throughout the day and into the evening, with a high of -1ºC.

The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1951, when it was 6.7ºC; the coldest ever was in 1964, when it was -31.7ºC.

The most snow ever was in 1932, a total of 15.2 cm.

The normal high for this time of year is -7ºC; the normal low is -16ºC.

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