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Cool day but warm hearts on Valentine's Day

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Can you feel the love in the air?

Really? Are you sure you haven’t been outside too long?

It might be tough to decipher between the numbness people feel this Valentine’s Day because they’re head over heels in love and this morning’s -25 windchill.

Environment Canada is calling for sunny skies and a high of -11 C Thursday.

There is a 30 per cent chance of flurries Friday, when the high is expected to be -14 C, including a -25 wind chill, under cloudy skies.

Weekend temperatures should be above normal for this time of year, with a high of -7 C on Saturday under cloudy skies and some snow is expected on Sunday with a high of -4 C.

Colder temperatures are expected for the early part of next week.

 

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