Skies will gradually clear overnight, with an overnight low of minus-21 C (five below zero F).
Winds will be northwesterly at five-10 m.p.h., becoming light from the west after midnight.
Snow is likely tomorrow afternoon, with a possible accumulation of 2.5-five cm (one-two inches).
Look for a high of minus-nine (15) and low around minus-15 (five), with west winds becoming southeasterly.
Mostly cloudy skies are forecast for New Year’s Eve, along with a high of minus-11 (12) and low dropping to minus-14 (six).
Then New Year’s Day will be cloudy, with a high of minus-six (22) and low near minus-12 (11).
The extended outlook calls for a slight chance of snow Monday, along with a high of minus-seven (19) and low around minus-16 (three).
The record high for today is two (36) set in 1999 while the record low is minus-38 (36 below) set in 1917.
Normals are minus-nine (16) and minus-20 (four below).
Sunset today is at 4:26 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 8:06 a.m.