You can't exactly put away the winter boots, but the rest of the week looks distinctly better than the first half, with plenty of highs in the single digits.
Environment Canada is calling for a high of -8ºC this afternoon, despite cloudy skies. Periods of snow are expected this morning with 2–4 cm total to fall through the day. Southerly winds will pick up before noon to about 20 km/h.
Snow should continue this evening with up to 5 cm falling overnight as temperatures stay steady around -8ºC and the breeze shifts around to the northeast.
Tomorrow should be cloudy, with a 60 per cent chance of continuing flurries in the morning and the early afternoon. Temperatures will continue to hover around -9ºC, with continuing northeast winds at 20 km/h. More snow is expected in the afternoon, ending in the evening, with skies clearing late in the evening.
Friday will see sunny skies, and a bit of a chill, with a high of -12ºC, but Saturday will e sunny as well with a high of -9ºC.
Sunday will be a mix of sun and cloud, with a high of -2ºC.
Clouds and a good chance of flurries will start the work week next week, with a high of -3ºC on Monday and a high of -6ºC on Tuesday.