Both Waterloo and Brantford reached 20°C on Sunday, which made them the first cities in Canada to hit the 20-degree mark this year. Temperatures this week will be nowhere near what we saw on Sunday as we return closer to seasonal temperatures with relatively calm conditions on Monday and Tuesday. Details and timing, below.
- Lingering showers on Monday
- Eyes on a late-week system
- Keep on top of ALERTS in your area
MONDAY AND BEYOND: TEMPERATURE SWINGS
Temperatures will fluctuate between near seasonal and slightly below seasonal throughout the week, along with mostly fair conditions on Monday with some lingering showers.
Wednesday and Thursday are shaping up to be ideal days for getting outside. Most of southern Ontario will be above 5°C on Wednesday and many approach the 10-degree mark on Thursday.
"Thursday and Friday should feature pleasant early spring weather with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures approaching double digits," said Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
Cool weather is expected to then return next weekend and near seasonal or cooler than seasonal temperatures will dominate the following week, Gillham adds.
Check back as we continue to monitor the forecast for the weekend and beyond.