With a wind chill of -22 C and periods of snow, Red Deerians need to bundle up today.
Environment Canada forecasts winds of up to 15 km/h and a wind chill of -22 C Thursday morning. The wind chill will ease to -15 C in the afternoon.
About two cm of snow is expected to fall during the day, with another two cm Thursday night.
The temperature will reach a high of -10 C during the day, with a low of -16 at night.
On Friday there is 30 per cent chance of flurries during the day, with a wind chill near -20 C. The temperature will reach a high of -11 C and a low of -18 C.