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It's a hold onto your hat kind of day

Sun expected to return on Fiday

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You'll have to hold onto your hat this morning as a wind is blowing at about 40 km/h from the northwest, but it will become lighter to 20 this afternoon.

It'll be mainly cloudy today with the temperature hovering around -9. The clouds should be clearing by tonight, but the temperature will drop to a low of -19.

On Friday, the sun will return with a high of -12.

Snow with a mix of sun and cloud is expected Saturday with a high of -12 and a low of -18.

Sunday will be sunny and chilly with a high of -19 and low of -22.

A low of -23 and high of -14 are expected on a sunny Monday while Tuesday will bring a 30 percent chance of flurries and a high of -12.

There will be a mix of sun and cloud on Wednesday with a high of -8 and low of -13.

 

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