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It's a cold morning out there

Extreme low temperatures is causing the water in Victoria
Extreme low temperatures is causing the water in Victoria's Inner Harbour to freeze.
— image credit: Don Denton/News Staff

The snow may have stopped for now but local residents will want to bundle up before heading outside. Environment Canada is giving the current temperature as -2 with a windchill factor of -7. You can see the results of the cold alongVictoria's Inner Harbour this morning where the water in the harbour is beginning to freeze over, a fairly rare occurrence. Relief is on the way with temperatures expected to rise to plus 4 tomorrow.

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