Weather: Sunny and -13 C as Ottawa digs out, more snow forecast for Tuesday night, Wednesday

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Monday makes the list of the top five snowiest days on record in the capital, weather historian and forecaster Rolf Campbell reported via Twitter.

The blizzard caused chaos Monday with Tuesday expected to be cold but sunny as the big dig out continues.

Environment and Climate Change Canada predicted a high of -13 C Tuesday with a northwest wind at 20 km/h gusting to 40 becoming light in the afternoon. Expected wind chills are -24 in the morning and -19 in the afternoon.

Periods of snow totalling 2 cm are expected to start overnight with the mercury dipping to -18 C, with a wind chill near -25,  then rising to -13 C by morning.

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Periods of snow adding up to 5 cm are in the forecast for Wednesday with the risk of freezing drizzle as the temperature climbs to a high of 3 C. The wind chill is expected to be -22 Wednesday morning.

Wednesday night’s forecast low is -21 C.

Thursday and Friday are expected to be sunny and cold with highs of -18 C and -14 C and lows of -26 C and -19 C.

It’s still a few days away but periods of snow are in the forecast for Saturday night and Sunday, too. Forecast highs are -9 C Saturday, with a low of -11 C, and -7 C on Sunday with a low of -20 C.

“Normals” for this time of year are highs of -6 C and lows of -16 C.

Sunrise is at 7:36 a.m. and sunset is at 4:49 p.m.

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