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Northwest wind makes for below-normal temperatures

Don’t put away that scarf and those gloves just yet.

Despite the sunny skies this morning, Environment Canada is calling for a temperature well below the seasonal normal today. Thanks to a northwest wind 30 km/h, the high is only expected to hit -14 C this afternoon.

Wind chill values will be in the -34 range.

Tonight, the wind should diminish with a low of -23 C.

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Don’t put away that scarf and those gloves just yet.

Despite the sunny skies this morning, Environment Canada is calling for a temperature well below the seasonal normal today. Thanks to a northwest wind 30 km/h, the high is only expected to hit -14 C this afternoon.

Wind chill values will be in the -34 range.

Tonight, the wind should diminish with a low of -23 C.

Normal temperatures for this time of year are +2 C for a high and -9 C for a low.

The cool conditions are expected through the next few days, with Sunday reaching a high of only -12 C. A high of -11 C is forecast for Monday.

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