Weather: maximum 1 ° C with snow showers likely on Wednesday, again freezing by Friday

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There is a 70 percent chance of flurries late Wednesday afternoon and overnight, but temperatures are expected to remain relatively mild through Friday.

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Expect morning cloudiness to increase to a high of 1 C with a low of -6 C on Wednesday evening, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada’s weather office.

Winds change to southerly 20 km / h late Wednesday morning then southwest to 30 km / h gusting to 50 Wednesday evening. The expected wind chills are -8 in the morning and -13 at night.

The outlook for Thursday is predominantly cloudy with a high of -3 C, a 30 percent chance of flurries and westerly winds at 20 km / h gusting to 40.

There is a 60% chance of flurries on Thursday evening with a forecast low of -13 ° C.

Friday is expected to be cloudy with a high of -10 C and a low of -20 C as the sky clears overnight.

The forecast for Saturday is sunny with a high of -11 C and a 60 percent chance of flurries, then a low of -12 C overnight.

Snow and a high of -1 C are forecast for Sunday with periods of snow and a low of -15 C overnight.

A mix of sun and clouds and extremely cold temperatures are the first words to start next week. The maximum forecast for Monday is -16 C with a minimum of -26 C.

The “norms” for this time of year are highs of -6 C and lows of -15 C.

Sunrise is at 7:42 a.m. and sunset at 4:34 p.m.

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