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It’s the climate version of Groundhog Day with cloudy skies, gentle temperatures and nothing quite a lot of flurries within the forecast for the following week.
Monday is principally cloudy with a 60 per cent probability of flurries within the afternoon, a excessive of -1 C and wind of as much as 15 km/h, in keeping with Surroundings and Local weather Change Canada.
Just a few flurries finish in a single day however there’s a 30 per cent probability of extra earlier than morning. The low is -6 C with a wind chill of -10 in a single day.
Tuesday is cloudy with a 30 per cent probability of early-morning flurries, wind of as much as 15 km/h and a excessive of zero C. The in a single day low is -6 C.
Wednesday is cloudy with a excessive of -1 C and a low of -Four C.
Thursday is — you guessed it — cloudy with a excessive of 1 C. There’s a 40 per cent probability of flurries from Thursday evening to Friday evening.
Friday is overcast once more and hits a excessive of 1 C. The low is -Four C.
Saturday is -1 C beneath cloudy skies as temperatures flip a tad extra seasonal with a low of -10 C.
Sunday is cloudy and -6 C.
Typical temperatures for mid-January are highs of -6 C and lows of -16 C.
Dawn is at 7:40 a.m. and sundown is at Four:41 p.m.