Fair conditions with temperatures well above zero degrees will be widespread across southern Ontario on Tuesday. The break from the active weather will be brief as an unsettled pattern will return by Wednesday when several rounds of rain will begin tracking towards the region. Details and timing, below.
- Dry conditions on Tuesday with a slight temperature increase
- Stay up-to-date on the weather ALERTS in your area
TUESDAY: FAIR CONDITIONS, SLIGHT TEMPERATURE RISE
There will be some patchy fog early Tuesday morning, but other than that, it will be a dry day with a mix of sun and cloud. Temperatures will warm up slightly, as daytime highs will reach the mid-to-upper single digits across the south.
Unsettled conditions may return Wednesday as a low tracking south of the Great Lakes could bring some light showers, depending on its track. If it stays far enough south, it may miss the region entirely. A clipper will slide through Northern Ontario with some wet snow, mixing and showers.
LOOK AHEAD: EYES ON POTENTIAL COLORADO LOW FOR THE WEEKEND
Forecasters are closely monitoring the track of a Colorado low for the weekend. As of now, it looks like the system will bring primarily rain and mild temperatures to the region, followed by a quick shot of cooler weather behind the system for Sunday and into early next week.
"There will be an active pattern from the Great Lakes to Atlantic Canada this week, which will continue through the weekend with several systems tracking across the region," says Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
Stay tuned to The Weather Network as we continue to update the forecast details.