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Far from spring-like weather

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Dozers continue to pile snow at a dump site near Wilkes and the west Perimeter Highway Sunday.

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Dozers continue to pile snow at a dump site near Wilkes and the west Perimeter Highway Sunday. Photo Store

See that bright sunshine? No need to tell you what that means.

Sunday morning dawned cold and sunny,  and even by mid-morning it was still -21 C.

We flip as the hours pass so by mid-afternoon, variable clouds move in and with them, temperatures rise.

Expect a high today of -11 C and it won't be too different overnight, with a forecast low of -16 C.

It'll be much the same Tuesday, but slightly warmer.

Wednesday we shift again and the high rises to -6 C. With that, there is an 60 per cent chance of one to three centimetres of snow.

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Updated on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at 2:22 PM CDT: Adds photo of snow dump and updates expected high and percentage of snowfall for Wednesday.

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