It's cool and it'll get cooler, with two days of off-and-on snow in the forecast.
A morning temperature of -11ºC on Tuesday is expected to fall throughout the day, down to -17ºC this afternoon, Environment Canada says.
Some light snow will end this morning, after which skies should clear, but northwest winds at 30 km/h will push the wind chill to -25 this afternoon.
Clouds return after midnight, as temperatures drop to -24ºC.
Tomorrow morning should be cloudy, with periods of snow that end near noon and a chance of flurries again in the evening. About 2 cm is expected to fall as winds pick up to 50 km/h, gusting to 70 km/h from the northwest. Temperatures will rise dramatically, too, with the high tomorrow poking above zero to hit 2ºC.
Thursday will see a mix of sun and cloud, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries, and continuing wind. Temperatures will be steady around -9ºC.
Friday should see a mix of sun and cloud again, with a lesser chance of flurries, and a high of -7ºC.
The weekend, at this point, looks good, with sunny skies and a high of -2ºC on both Saturday and Sunday.
Monday, should the forecast hold, will also be sunny, with a high of -5ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -12ºC; the normal low is -23ºC.
The coldest it's ever been on this date was in 1972, when it was -36.7ºC. The warmest ever was in 1942, when it was 3.3ºC.