A dog of the breed Bearded Collie runs through the snow.
Monday is clear and cold with the risk of frost bite overnight, but beware: a low-lying Colorado is expected to sweep across the region on Tuesday with 30-40 cm of snow and wind of up to 60 km / h. .
The week begins with a morning low of -13 C under cloudy sky with a 40 percent chance of flurries. Skies ready close to dinner with a height of -9 C and wind chill at -17.
During the night, mercury drops to -19 ° C with a -28 wind arrow and the risk of frostbite.
Expect to increase cloudiness Tuesday before the snow begins in the morning with 5-10 cm to start and the east winds at 30 km / h guster to 50 to blow it around. The wind chill is -28 in the morning and -19 in the afternoon.
"Avoid traveling if possible," Environment Canada warns. "Fast-accumulating snow can make the journey difficult over some places.
"There may be a significant impact on rush hour traffic in urban areas. If you need to travel, keep others informed of your schedule and destination and carry an emergency and mobile phone."
At night, the forecast for more snow, local blowing snow and a low of -10 C.
Wednesday's forecast just says "snow" with a height of -3 C. In the night it is periods of snow and a low of -9 C.
Thursday is cloudy with a height of -3 ° C. There is a 60% chance of the night overflow and a low of -6 ° C.
Friday's forecast includes periods of snow or rain day and night, a high of 1 C and a low of -7 C.
For Saturday, cloudy skies expect a 70 percent chance of flurries a day and 40 percent overnight, a high of -5 C and a low of -14 C.
Mixed sky, a 40 percent chance of flurries and a high of -6 C is expected Sunday.
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