It's not quite as cold as yesterday, but it's still colder than normal for this time of year — a trend that looks set to continue for most of the next week.
Environment Canada says that by 8 a.m. this morning, it was already warmer today than it got all yesterday, on its way to a high of -17ºC under mainly sunny skies. However, a bit of west wind will push the wind chill to about -32.
Clear skies this evening will turn to clouds before morning, as temperatures stay fairly mild, with a low of -20ºC.
Cloudy skies tomorrow morning will clear around noon, although it will be a bit windy, with westerly gusts up to 60 km/h. The high tomorrow afternoon will be -10ºC.
After tomorrow, a string of cold, clear days are in the forecast.
Thursday should be sunny, with a high of -20ºC; Friday will be sunny also with a high of -14ºC.
On the weekend, Saturday and Sunday will be similar, featuring sunny days and a high around -16ºC. Monday will also be sunny, with a high of -17ºC.
The normal high for this time of year is -10ºC; the normal low is -21ºC.
The coldest it's ever been on this date is -44.4ºC, set in 1966. The warmest ever was in 1976, when it as 3.3ºC.