Canada

Weather: The chill is gone, for now

If you made it past this morning’s freezy beginnings, you’re probably fine for the rest of the week.

And it was truly another deep chill Tuesday, with people waking up to -30 wind chills.

Thats supposed to improve steadily, climbing to an afternoon high of around -6 C, with wind chill feeling like -12 C.

Sunny skies are expected to give way to clouds at around noon, with a 60 per cent chance of flurries late in the afternoon.

Threat of snow persists through the evening and overnight, when he temperature should slide to -8 C, feeling like -14 in the wind.

Wednesday looks like a high of 0 C under a mix of sun and cloud with winds gusting to 40 in the morning. Clouds should continue into the evening with low of -7 C.

Thursday looks like a high of 1 C and low of -6 C, with no appreciable wind or precipitation.

Friday looks much the same, with a high of 0 C and low around -5 C.

The weekend is looking a bit problematic, though. The forecast is for periods of snow off and on, both Saturday and Sunday. But there’s no indication of large accumulations.

The highs for both days are expected to be above 0 C , with lows in the -3 C range.