Snow may have been melting like crazy yesterday, but today and tomorrow will be a different story.
Today's high will be more than a dozen degrees lower than yesterday. Environment Canada is calling for a maximum afternoon temperature of -10ºC today, and mainly cloudy skies herald a chance of flurries through the day.
Tonight will stay cloudy, with a lingering possibility of flurries, as temperatures drop to -22ºC overnight.
Skies should clear before tomorrow morning, but the sun wont' bring much heat — the high tomorrow will be well below normal, at a shivery -16ºC.
Sunday will be milder, hitting -3ºC, but snow is expected to fall that day. Clouds will stick around for Monday and Tuesday, with a high of -5ºC both days and a chance of flurries on Tuesday.
Finally, temperatures without the minus sign return by the middle of next week. Sunny skies and a high of 0ºC are predicted for Wednesday, followed by more sun and a high of 4ºC on Thursday.
The normal high for this time of year is -1ºC, the normal low is -11ºC.
The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1981, when it reached 10.9ºC. The coldest ever was in 1956, when it dropped to -31.1ºC.