Warming trend for week’s end

Expect increasing cloudiness tonight, with an overnight low of minus-12 C (10 F) and southwest winds gusting up to 15 km/h.
Tomorrow will see the risk of freezing rain giving way to some sunshine.
Look for a high of two (35) and low around minus-seven (19), with southwest winds gusting up to 17 km/h.
Partly sunny skies are forecast for Friday, along with a high again of two (35) and low dipping to minus-four (25).
Then Saturday will bring overcast conditions, with a high of zero (32) and low near minus-12 (10).
The extended outlook calls for the chance of afternoon snow on Saturday, along with a high of minus-five (23) and low around minus-nine (16).
The record high for today is three (37) set in 1997 while the record low is minus-42 (44 below zero) set in 2014.
Normals are minus-nine (16) and minus-21 (six below).
Sunset today is at 4:30 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 8:06 a.m.