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Blustery start to day but things are warming up nicely

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Strong south winds have whipped up ice crystals in the air causing beautiful sundogs to appear this morning.

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Strong south winds have whipped up ice crystals in the air causing beautiful sundogs to appear this morning. Photo Store

That ‘warm’ weather you’ve been waiting for is on the way.

Environment Canada is calling for a slight chance of flurries this morning before things start to the clear up in the afternoon. Winds will blow from the south 40 km/h gusting to 60 km/h this morning, so be mindful of blowing snow when travelling on the highways. The winds should diminish to 20 km/h later in the day.

Here’s the good news: today’s high will climb up to -7 C; tonight’s low will only fall to -11 C.

For Friday, there’s a 60 per cent chance of flurries in the morning and afternoon, with a daytime high reaching up to -5 C.

The relatively pleasant winter conditions will continue right through the weekend, too, with highs hovering around the -5 C mark both days. There’s a 60 per cent chance of more snow on Sunday.

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