First snowstorm on tap

Look for intermittent snow tonight, with a possible accumulation of three-six cm (one-two inches).
Expect an overnight low of one C (34 F) and northeast winds gusting up to 28 km/h.
An additional five-10 cm (two-four inches) of snow is expected tomorrow, with a high of three (37) and low around minus-three (26).
Winds will be from the northeast gusting up to 30 km/h.
Morning flurries are forecast for Thursday, along with a high of two (35) and low dropping to minus-five (23).
Then Friday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, with a high of four (39) and low again near minus-five (23).
The extended outlook calls for cloudy skies Saturday, along with a high of five (41) and low around minus-one (30).
The record high for today is 27 (80) set in 1960 while the record low is minus-seven (19) set in 1993.
Normals are 13 (55) and one (34).
Sunset tonight is at 6:36 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 7:26 a.m.