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This article was published 12/2/2013 (1591 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Repeat after me: Spring is coming.
And despite the fact that we're still in the middle of February, milder days are starting to become more and more common — this week, especially.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -2 C this afternoon, under mixed skies, with a little bit of wind.
Clouds will increase after midnight as the wind dies down, but it'll stay mild all night long, hitting a low of just -7 C.
For tomorrow, the forecast calls for about 2 cm of snow, beginning around noon, with a high of -1 C.
Later this week, temperatures will cool down a little — with a high of -11 C predicted for Thursday and -10 C on Friday, with mostly sunny skies both days.
The weekend will be mild again, with a high of -4 C on Saturday, then -6 C on Sunday, though some clouds and possible flurries are called for on Sunday.
Flurries could continue into next week, with a high of -11 C on Monday.
The normal high for this time of year is -8 C, the normal low is -18 C.