Winter’s bark was worse than its bite for most of the country and now with days getting longer and normal temperatures quickly rising, we can look ahead to all the joys that spring brings in Canada.
A battle will set up through April with leftover Arctic air making frequent appearances, especially in the Prairies. An active storm track from the Great Lakes to Atlantic Canada will keep it wet especially in April.
We have not seen the last of the snow just about everywhere east of Victoria and Vancouver but when it does fall, don’t expect it to stick around for long.
The leftover April chill will be replaced by a warmer than normal pattern for most of the country later in May and early June.
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