FRIDAY: Light snow and a light dusting possible. Warmer with peeks of afternoon sun. High: 30
FRIDAY NIGHT: A light wintry mix possible north. Not as cold. Low: 17.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, light wintry mix possible north. A chance to thaw out for a change. High: 34
SUNDAY: Partly sunny and mild with a light mix, mainly north. Low: 26. High: 36
MONDAY: Partly cloudy and still mild. Low: 24. High: 35
TUESDAY: Partly sunny, a little drizzly. Low: 22. High: 36
Strong upper level winds, whipping overhead around the cruising altitude of a jetliner, will bubble northward and shove the extreme cold back into Canada today. Unfortunately, warmer weather has a price at this time of the year and it will come with an increase in clouds and a slight chance of precipitation. Don't expect to see completely sunny skies now that we've made a move into the warmer weather regime. A sharp temperature "Inversion" where temps are warmer above the ground that they are at the surface, traps moisture/pollutants near the ground. Even though temperatures will be warmer than they have been, we are likely to see more clouds, fog, haze and maybe a little drizzle.