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Temperatures to plunge, forecast to stay cold until Friday

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Jan 19, 2014 - 3:39 PM |

Environment Canada predicts cold, sunny week, highs of -20

Between two and four centimetres of snow fell in Greater Sudbury on Sunday with occasional snow squalls across the city for much of the day.

But just as skies cleared in the afternoon, temperatures were set to plunge from -11 to -23 overnight, -30 with the windchill. Environment Canada says temperatures are expected to hover around the -20 mark all day Monday, with the windchill around -33.

The long-range forecast calls for clear skies with daily highs around -20 until Friday, when it's expected to climb to -13. But the warmer temperatures will be accompanied by more snow.

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