Record-breaking temperatures expected to last rest of weekend
Environment Canada says more spring-like weather that smashed temperature records in Ontario is in store for the rest of the weekend.
Trudy Kidd, a meteorologist with the weather agency says Windsor was the hot spot in the province with temperatures reaching 19.1 C, beating the previous record set in 2011 by nearly 7 C.
She says Saturday's record-breaking temperatures stretched from Windsor all the way to to Bancroft, Ont., and as far north as Sudbury, North Bay and Thunder Bay.
The balmy weather is expected to last Sunday, with the high in Niagara of 13 C.
The record temperature for Feb. 19 in Niagara is 14.4.set back in 1994.
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