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What a difference a week makes: Monday weather feels balmy after cold snap

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Get ready for a heat wave. At least, for January.

After a brutal cold spell last week, the forecast today calls for a high of -9 C.

Skies will be overcast with snow beginning to fall early this morning and ending this afternoon, according to Environment Canada. Between 2 and 4 cm of snow is expected to fall.

It will remain overcast tonight, with a low of -11 C.

Clouds are also forecast for Tuesday morning, with a 30 percent chance of flurries, and clearing in the afternoon. Winds from the northwest will reach 30 km/h in the morning, with a high of -10 C.

On Wednesday, however, the sun should return, with a low of -18 C and high of -17 C.

Then temperatures are forecast to dip again, with a low of -23 C on Thursday (high -21 C) and a low of -30 C on Friday (high -20 C) under clear skies.

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