Wednesday, March 11th 2020, 8:04 pm - Brief warmup to end the week, but temperatures in the south will drop to around seasonal by the weekend
Temperatures will warm up in the south Thursday, with possible double digits in the southwest, but they will be accompanied by rain at night as a Alberta clipper moves through. The same system will bring widespread snow to northern Ontario, with upwards of 20 cm expected in parts of the Far North, through Friday. The warmup in southern Ontario will be brief, as the temperatures will fall back to around seasonal by the weekend. For more on the late-winter roller-coaster, plus a glimpse into the tricky pattern setting up for March Break, read below.
- Fair, mild conditions return to the south Thursday, more rain moves in at night
- Widespread, heavy snow in parts of northern Ontario through Friday
- Unsettled and active pattern for March Break
- Keep on top of weather ALERTS in your area
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THURSDAY NIGHT: UNSETTLED WEATHER RETURNS, ALONG WITH WARMER TEMPERATURES
While temperatures won't be nearly as pleasant as they were Sunday and Monday, Thursday will see daytime highs bounce back to near the double-digit mark, and even hit it in parts of the southwest.
Thursday will see fair conditions across the south, but increasing clouds during the day will preceed widespread rain that will move in Thursday night and continue into overnight, lingering through Friday morning.
Not much rain is expected in the GTA, but eastern Ontario and areas near Lake Superior could get 10-20 mm through Friday.