Weather: Wednesday mildish but windy; deep freeze and another 5 cm of snow ahead

Temperatures will fluctuate this week.

Ashley Fraser / Postmedia

All aboard the mid-winter seesaw!

Temperatures are expected to be all over the place this week, starting with a high Wednesday of 1 C.

Of course, there’ll be a brisk wind, making it feel like -9 at times.

Wednesday night will start with cloudy skies, changing to periods of snow before morning. The low should be around -4  C, feeling like -8 in the wind.

Thursday’s looking very wintery with about 5 cm of snow through the day.

Temperatures should plunge from -2 C in the morning to -7 C in the afternoon, feeling like -16 in windy spots.

Thursday night looks like a mix of sun and cloud with 30 per cent chance of flurries.

The temperature bottom’s out at -22 C on Thursday night.

It’s looking like a mix of sun and cloud with 30 per cent chance of flurries on Friday, with the high reaching only -16 C.

Skies should clear by the evening, with another low of -21 C.

Things look a bit better for the weekend.

Saturday’s expected to see increasing cloudiness, with the temperature rising to a high of -5 C.

There’s a 60 per cent chance of of flurries Saturday night, with a low of -9 C.

Sunday looks like a 60 per cent chance of more flurries, but the temperature should rise to 0 C, before dropping to an overnight low of -10 C.

Family Day Monday looks like a mix of sun and cloud, with a high of -4 C, dandy conditions for outdoor activities.

Back to work Tuesday is looking like more snow, and a high of -1 C.



End all Chiarelli probes, lawyers demand of council

Moncton Road condo owners furious about winter overnight street parking ban

‘Holy crap’: Ottawa woman who went viral for pizza box video makes cameo in Oscar-winning movie Parasite