Bitter cold snap on tap

Skies will clear tonight, with an overnight low of minus-23 C (nine below zero F) and north-northwest winds gusting up to 30 km/h.
Tomorrow will see increasing cloudiness, with a high of minus-15 (five) and low around minus-22 (seven below).
Look for west-northwest winds gusting up to nine km/h.
Gradual clearing is forecast for Thursday, along with a high of minus-16 (three) and low dropping to minus-27 (16 below).
Then Friday will bring partly sunny and bitterly cold conditions, with a high of minus-22 (seven below) and low near minus-31 (24 below).
The extended outlook calls for mostly sunny skies Saturday, along with a high of just minus-24 (11 below) and low plunging to minus-32 (25 below).
The record high for today is four (39) set in 2010 while the record low is minus-43 (45 below) set in 1972.
Normals are minus-10 (14) and minus-22 (seven below).
Sunset today is at 4:46 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 8 a.m.