Well, at least it’s sunny.
Although Saturday morning awoke with a temperature of -7 C, under clear blue skies, the high is expected to peak at 2 C this afternoon. Clouds are expected to roll in this evening and the thermometer dipping to a low of -2 C overnight.
Sunday calls for periods of snow, beginning in the early morning and ending in the afternoon, dusting the ground with two centimetres, with a sound wind of 30 km/hr and a high of 3 C.
On Monday, the forecast is for more below normal temperatures, with a low of -5 C and a high of -1 C. More of the same for Tuesday with a low of -11 C and a high of 3 C.
Clouds will return on Wednesday with a 40 per cent chance of flurries and a high of 1 C, according to Environment Canada.