After one of the longest stretches of warm and dry weather so far this spring, the four day streak of sunshine ends with rain in southern Ontario. Temperatures are gradually cooling as well feeling more like early April as we head into the weekend. The good news? A delayed start to spring does not always mean a delayed start to summer. There's hope on the horizon. More on that below.
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