Spring is nowhere to be found for parts of Ontario's weather forecast on Sunday and Monday.

Environment Canada has issued several weather warnings and statements for several regions in northern Ontario in preparation for 15 cms of snow and plenty of freezing rain that's expected over the next two days.

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Parts of Ontario — including Dryden-Ignace and Sioux Lookout-Savant Lake — can expect "several hours" of freezing rain on Sunday, April 11, turning into regular rain on Monday morning.

Other regions in northern Ontario — such as Kenora-Nestor Falls and Red Lake-Ear Falls — should be prepared for up to 15 cms of snow that begins on Sunday night and continues all through Monday.

Things don't look much better in southern Ontario, either, with heavy rain expected all day Sunday in Toronto, the GTA, Hamilton and Peterborough, too, according to The Weather Network.