Flurries, colder temperatures on way

Tonight will be cloudy with a chance of flurries and a low of minus-six C (21 F).
Tomorrow will be cloudy with continuing chances of flurries and remaining cloudy overnight with a high of minus-two (28) and a low of minus-11 (12).
Thursday will see periods of snow throughout the day turning to a chance of flurries overnight. Expect a high of minus-five (23) and a low of minus-15 (five).
In the extended forecast, Friday will be sunny with some cloudy periods overnight, a high of minus-six (21) and a low of minus-nine (16), while Saturday will have a chance of flurries all day and overnight with a high of minus-two (28) and a low of minus-eight (18).
The record high for today is 13 (55) set in 1962, while the record low is minus-33 (27 below zero) set in 1985.
Sunset today will be at 4:20 p.m. with sunrise tomorrow to be at 7:48 a.m.