It looks like this region is about to climb out of its four day deep freeze.
There are no weather warnings in place this morning and the temperature is in the midst of a 15 degree climb. By tomorrow, we should have a high reading close to the regional norm for mid-December of minus 8. The problem is there will be the westerly winds that will leave us with a wind chill of minus 25.
Today Environment Canada is calling for a high of minus 19 with a chance of flurries. Then the temperature will rise to about minus 14 by Thursday morning. Thursday we could see a high of minus 8 and on Friday it could be zero.
For more on the forecast visit Environment Canada’s Website