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Cold today, but weekend looks warmer

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Certified utility arborist Derek from Asplundh Tree Expert Co. does some high angle tree removal on a elm tree infected with Dutch elm disease Wednesday morning on Lamont Boulevard.

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Certified utility arborist Derek from Asplundh Tree Expert Co. does some high angle tree removal on a elm tree infected with Dutch elm disease Wednesday morning on Lamont Boulevard. Photo Store

If things weather-wise were normal, we would see a high temperature around 11 C today.

But this is not an ordinary spring, it seems, as the mercury continues to struggle to rise up past the freezing mark. Our reality today: Environment Canada calling for a mix and sun and cloud with a high of just -1 C this afternoon.

Good weather news, though glacially slow in its arrival, appears to be on the horizon.

A daytime high of 2 C is expected for Thursday, before things start to warm up. The forecast calls for 5 C on Friday, with temperatures in the 10 C range for Saturday and Sunday.

Looking even further ahead, the extended forecast suggests 16 C for the start of next week.

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