We will struggle to rise much today with highs only reaching the mid -20's. This combined with winds of 20-30 km/h will produce awful wind chills today! Tomorrow wont be much better, albeit a tad milder but that will hard to notice.
We warm up to potentially the minus single digits on Wednesday... only to be smacked by another cold front later in the day with strong northwest winds and plummeting temperatures. Some light snow is possible on Wednesday, but significant accumulations, if any, are not expected.
Unfortunately, there is NO light at the end of the tunnel right now. Long range models have locked into a never-ending cold spell lasting well into February. Probabilities of below normal temperatures have reached nearly 100% as seen in the NAEFS model image below. We haven't seen this much confidence since December.