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Posted: 03/8/2013 8:04 AM | Comments: 0
A mild day with a high of -3 C under overcast skies is in the forecast. The overnight low is expected to hit -9 C.
Saturday is also expected to be mild, with a highof -4 C under mainly overcast skies and an overnight low of -9 C.
Sunday, sunny breaks give way to sunny skies and a high of -12 C, with an overnight low of -16 C.
The week starts on Monday with overcast skies, 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -6 C, overnight tumbling to -20 C. Tuesday looks much the same with a 60 per cent chance of flurries and a high of -6 C. The overnight low is forecast to hit -20 C.
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