After a brief heat wave, winter’s back starting Monday night

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Hope you didn’t put away your winter clothes during the recent “heat wave.”

Things are expected to get back to “normal” this week.

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After flurries Sunday night, skies are expected to be a mix of sun and cloud Monday morning.

Brisk winds of up to 15 km/h will make the expected high of 1 C feel like -7 through the day. The thermometer drops Monday night, with a low of -9 C under clear skies.

Environment Canada predicts Tuesday will see a chilly high of -3 C under a mix of sun and cloud.

A low of -14 C Tuesday night will be accompanied by 30 per cent chance of flurries.

Wednesday land Thursday look like clear skies, so far, with a high of -5C and -4C respectively, and a lows around -14C and -9C.

There’s a 60-per-cent chance of flurries Friday, with a high of -4C and a low of -15C.

WINTERLUDE PHOTO GALLERY

People were out to check out the Winterlude celebrations on Sparks Street, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
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People walk through The TUNNEL on Sparks Street during Winterlude celebrations, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. The immersive experience was produced by Creos. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
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People walk past the covered ice sculptures that sit in front of The National War Memorial during Winterlude celebrations, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. “Wings of Legacy” is a commemorate sculpture designed to celebrate the rich history of the RCAF and its achievements over the past hundred years. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
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People were out to check out the Winterlude celebrations on Sparks Street, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
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Peter Jarvis, in character as SilverElvis, a street performer was on Sparks Street during Winterlude celebrations, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.  Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia
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Peter Jarvis, in character as SilverElvis, a street performer was on Sparks Street during Winterlude celebrations, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024. Photo by Ashley Fraser /Postmedia

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