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Sprinkling of snow for Valentine's Day

Snow from yesterday evening and overnight dusted sidewalks this morning, and there's a chance that more could be on the way today.

It'll be just a sprinkle, though — enough to add some sparkle to the air for Valentine's Day.

And don't let the temperature cool things down. Environment Canada is calling for a high of -11 C this afternoon, a fair bit cooler than yesterday's warm and mushy.

Tonight's low will be -19 C, definitely cold enough to cuddle, with an increasing chance of flurries.

Clouds will clear late tomorrow morning, with a high of -12 C predicted. But things warm up for the weekend.

Saturday is expected to be cloudy, with a chance of flurries and a high of -2 C. Sunday will be similar, and almost as warm, with a high that day of -4 C.

Monday, which is Louis Riel Day, will cool off some, with a high of -14 C, although it will be sunny.

Into the workweek, highs are expected of about -17 C on both Tuesday and Wednesday.

The normal high for this time of year is -7 C. The normal low is -18 C.

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