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Snow in the forecast as temperatures bounce around

Rick Van De Kerchove uses his snowblower last weekend to clear the sidewalks for his neighbours on 26th Street. A couple more centimeters are expected today.

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Rick Van De Kerchove uses his snowblower last weekend to clear the sidewalks for his neighbours on 26th Street. A couple more centimeters are expected today.

Cloudy skies and some snow are headed our way, before sun returns late in the week.

Environment Canada is calling for a high of -9ºC this afternoon, with mainly cloudy skies and light snow beginning around noon. About 2 cm is expected to fall before it ends this evening, after which skies will clear.

Temperatures will fall to -15ºC overnight, with a little bit of wind after midnight pushing the wind chill to -25.

Tomorrow should see a mix of sun and cloud in the morniing, with mainly sunny skies after that and a high of -14ºC.

Wednesday will be warmer, but cloudy, with a high of 1ºC and a 60 per cent chance of either flurries or rain showers.

Thursday should see a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures steady around -11ºC and quite a bit of wind.

But sun and warmer temperatures return for Friday and over the weekend. Friday should be sunny with a high of -6ºC, followed by more sun on Saturday and a continuing high of -6ºC.

Sunday will also be sunny, it's expected, with a high of -1ºC.

The normal high for this time of year is -12ºC; the normal low is -23ºC.

The warmest it's ever been on this date was in 1942, when it reached 4.4ºC. The coldest ever was in 1957, when it dropped to -35ºC.

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