The slow march towards warmer temperatures continues today.
Environment Canada is calling for sunny skies for most of the day with a high of -13 C. Tonight, the mercury should drop down to -20 C overnight.
The warming trend will carry on into Wednesday, as well, but not without a catch.
Periods of snow are forecast to make their way into the region in the morning. It will be windy, too, with a south wind 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h beginning around noon. Wednesday’s high should reach -9 C.
Look for more of the same windy, snowy conditions for Thursday and, for the first time in what feels like a very long time, the temperature will actually climb above its seasonal average. A daytime high of -3 C is expected for Thursday (the normal is -4 C)
Sunny skies and slightly cooler temperatures are forecast for the weekend.