We should manage to drop the minus sign for a little while this afternoon, as Westman enters a mild streak at least a week long.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of 0 C today, with sunny skies that will probably help it to feel warmer.
Clouds should roll in overnight, though, along with a low of -11 C. Tomorrow will be mainly cloudy, with a high of -2 C in the afternoon, followed by a mix of sun and cloud on Wendesday with a high of -4 C.
Sunny skies return on Thursday, and that mildness stretches on and on: Thursday will be sunny and -5 C, and Friday will be sunny and -4 C — meaning March definitely comes in like a lamb.
At this point, the weekend looks great, too. Saturday will be sunny and -4 C, and Sunday will be sunny and -3 C.
The normal high for this time of year is -5 C; the normal low is -15 C.