Snowshowers are likely tonight, with a possible accumulation of less than 2.5 cm (one inch).
Look for an overnight low of zero (32) and northeast winds at five-10 m.p.h., gusting up to 15 m.p.h.
Tomorrow will see a chance of snow and rain, with a high of two (36) and low around minus-two (28).
Winds will be northerly at 10 m.p.h., gusting up to 15 m.p.h.
A slight chance of flurries is forecast for Thursday, along with a high of minus-one (30) and low dipping to minus-four (24).
Then Friday will bring cloudy skies, with a high again of minus-one (30) and low near minus-six (22).
The extended outlook calls for mostly cloudy skies Saturday, along with a high of minus-two (29) and low around minus-five (23).
And there will be a 60 percent chance of scattered flurries on Sunday, along with a high near zero (32) and a low of minus-four (24).
The record high for today is 11 (52) set in 1914 while the record low is minus-33 (27 below zero) set in 1985.
Normals are minus-four (25) and minus-13 (nine).
Sunset today is at 4:21 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 7:44 a.m.