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Brothers Ethan, 12, and Graham Wild, 5, were among those helping to construct a maze out of snow blocks at the Millennium Library, Saturday.

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Brothers Ethan, 12, and Graham Wild, 5, were among those helping to construct a maze out of snow blocks at the Millennium Library, Saturday. Photo Store

Do you want the good news first?

Except for a 30 per cent chance of flurries today and tomorrow, Environment Canada says it will be sunny Monday through Friday.

And you’re saying, yes, but...

It’s -28 now and only reaching -18 today and -14 tomorrow, with a fair bit of cloud. Sunday will be the hottest day of the week.

Those highs through the week -- we use the word "high" very loosely -- are as low as -22 on Tuesday all the way up to -16 on Friday.

Brace yourself for the groundhog’s verdict tomorrow.

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Updated on Saturday, February 1, 2014 at 4:45 PM CST: adds photo

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