Although it may seem like spring has finally started to make a comeback over the past few days, don't count winter out just yet.
Southern Ontario, southern Quebec and the Maritimes are on a roller-coaster ride of winter weather conditions this week. The past few days of mild weather have just been the slow climb up that first big hill, with today — which may be the warmest day many places have seen so far this year — being the summit. Enjoy the view while you have it, because the first drop is coming up fast.
Commuters in southwestern and central Ontario can look forward to dealing with heavy snow and blowing snow on their way in to work or school tomorrow morning, as a late-season winter storm begins its sweep across the eastern half of the country. Those in eastern Ontario and southern Quebec will likely have a normal commute to start the day, as the storm isn't expected to reach there until late morning. However, this snow is expected to last all day tomorrow so expect hassles onRead More »from Late-season storm bringing heavy snow to Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes