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Snow coming, but so are warmer temperatures

Despite a wretched start to March, the month looks like it will head in a milder direction soon.

Environment Canada is calling for increasing cloudiness through the day today, with a 30 per cent chance of flurries this afternoon, but that unsettled weather also comes with a slight rise in the temperature — up to a high of -15ºC this afternoon.

Record broken yesterday

Official data compiled by Environment Canada shows that Brandon set a cold-weather record early Monday morning. The mercury bottomed out yesterday at -31.5ºC in the wee hours of the morning.

That's a shade lower than the official record for the day, of -31.1ºC, which was set in 1989.

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Cloudy skies tonight and a continuing chance of flurries will keep it relatively mild overnight, with a low of -19ºC.

Snow is expected tomorrow, about 2 cm of it, with southerly winds at 30 km/h and gusts up to  50 km/h as the termperature rises to -8ºC in the afternoon. Winds will lighten in the evening.

Thursday should see a good chance of more flurries, under clouds all day, with temperatures steady around -9ºC.

Friday will end the week on a sunny not, with a high of -10ºC, followed by a warmer weekend. Saturday should see sun and a high of -8ºC, with Sunday cloudy but reaching a high of -3ºC.

At this point, Monday looks to be cloudy, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries, and a high of -3ºC.

The normal high for this time of year is -5ºC; the normal low is -14ºC.

The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 2000, when it reached 14.5ºC.

The coldest ever was in 2003, when it was -33.2ºC.

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