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Winds will add bite to already frigid week

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It's fresh out there, people.

Expect a sunny day today with a high of -19 C and a bit of wind from the south at 30 km/h.

Overnight, it will be clear with increasing cloudiness and a low of -26 C.

By Tuesday morning, the temperature will rise slightly to -22 C. It will feel like -36 with the wind chill.

There will be some blowing snow late in the morning which will end Tuesday evening. A 30 km/h south wind will increase to 50 km/h and be gusting to 70 km/h later in the morning.

The high Tuesday will be -8 C but don't be fooled, that will feel like -35 with the wind chill. That wind will dimish by late afternoon.

Wednesday will be sunny with high of -17 C and the low will be -24 C.

For the rest of the week, the expected highs will be in the -16 C to -20 C range and the lows in the -19 C to -24 C range.

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