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Below normal temperatures start of brisk week ahead

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It will be cooler than normal today and it’s unfortunately the beginning of a brisk trend that will continue all next week.

Environment Canada is predicting a high of only 3C today with a 30 per cent chance of either rain showers or flurries today. The normal high at this time of year is 8C.

Tonight the mercury drops to -2C before rebounding all the way... to a high of 2C on Monday. There’s a 30 per cent chance of flurries overnight and the same chance of rain showers or flurries during the day on Monday.

The sun is expected to reappear on Tuesday, but once again the high will only reach 3C, followed by 5C on Wednesday, 4C on Thursday and 3C on both Friday and Saturday.

Saturday’s temperature peaked at 6.5C with a low of 0.1C.

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Updated on Sunday, October 20, 2013 at 9:59 AM CDT: photo added

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