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Spring has sprung, the grass has... never mind!

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If you shouted "Come on!" when you got that nice blast of -36 wind chill in your face this morning, you are not alone.

It is the first day of spring today.

And yes, it is another day of vicious wind chill. But we can take it, can't we?

There is good news. You can let the sunshine in.

It will be sunny today with an expected high of - 10 C. The wind chill will improve to -25 as the day goes on with a northwest wind of 30 km/h.

Tonight, it will be clear with a low of -22 C.

On Thursday, there will be more sun with a high of -9 C. And the sun will shine Friday. with a high of -5 C.

The weekend is looking good, with highs of -3 C on Saturday and -2 C on Sunday expected under mostly sunny skies.

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