We got too excited and saw spring in the near future, but overlooked Friday's snow/rain mix that should be winter's last gasp. This weekend should save the day, though.
Wednesday's forecast calls for mainly cloudy skies with a 30 per cent chance of flurries in the morning and a northwest wind gusting from 20 to 40 kilometres per hour.
The high will be 6 C with a moderate UV index of four.
That northwest wind should continue tonight as the low hits –7 C.
Thursday looks to be mainly sunny with a few more clouds in the afternoon as the high reaches 7 C. See, that is pretty spring-like.
Overnight Thursday should be cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of flurries and a low of –2 C.
Then on Friday, the temperature will roam around the freezing mark and bring some messy precipitation.
We expect a 70 per cent chance of rain or snow (in that order) as the high reaches 3 C. That continues into Friday night where we again see a 70 per cent chance of snow or rain (in that order) and a low of –1 C.
Saturday remains cool (not so cool, though) with clouds, a 40 per cent chance of snow or rain and a high of 2 C.
Then, finally, Sunday brings a mix of sun and cloud and a high of 10 C. Monday and Tuesday are almost identical with highs of 9 C and 7 C, respectively.