Environment Canada has issued several weather alerts across the country until April.
Not the best news to accompany the start of spring — Environment Canada says the rest of Canada will be plagued with more wintery weather for at least two more months.
The agency has issued several weather warnings for the bulk of southern Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick that include everything from winter storms to powerful winds, heavy rain and snow.
Parts of Manitoba are going hit with wind chills as low as -40 C, while northern Ontario and northern Quebec are seeing temperatures of around -45 C and -60 C, respectively. The western end of Canada was also given freezing rain alerts, indicating lower-than-usual temperatures to start off the season.
Northern Ontario , is under extreme cold weather warnings and could face wind chill temperatures dipping as low as -60 C and -65 C, providing “some of the coldest temperatures this winter,”.
“We’re not going to see our temperatures rise back to normal for at least two more months.
Spring-like weather could only start to show by the end of April, according to other forecasts. Looks like it’s time to book an spring getaway to the tropics.