Yup, it's still chaotic.
Residents of southern Ontario, don't be fooled by the blissfully mild temperatures dominating Monday morning. Unfortunately, we aren't out of the woods just yet.
According to The Weather Network, the remarkably high temperatures will gradually drop off throughout the day as a cold front sweeps through the province, and it won't just be chillier.
By early afternoon, a nasty round of scattered showers will follow the front, transforming conditions into a rainy downer.
Despite the bad news, areas like Toronto could reach up to 20 degrees before things go south. So, if you can, definitely take a morning stroll before it gets colder.
Monday's warmth isn't expected to be repeated on Tuesday, thanks to a burst of Arctic air moving into the lower Great Lakes that will see temperatures plummet to the freezing mark.
As if that wasn't heartbreaking enough, the sudden shift will also bring about the potential for snow across central and southern Ontario overnight.
But then it will get better, right? Wrong. Cancel your hiking plans because temperatures could be up to 10 degrees below seasonal by Wednesday.
"The upcoming streak of below-seasonal air will put parts of southern Ontario on par with the regions closer to the Arctic Circle," TWN reports.
Snowbelt cities like London will only reach a dismal 2 degrees by midweek, which is full-on winter jacket weather, folks.
Ontario's flip-flopping spring forecast will continue to be as messy throughout May, with below-seasonal conditions persisting.
Let's hope our patience will be rewarded big time in June.
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