Mother Nature reminds us winter's not over
So, you thought we might just be done with winter, huh?
Mother Nature reminded us on Sunday that we're not quite out of the woods.
It began snowing in the morning and Environment Canada was calling for 10 to 15 centimeters before changing to rain in the afternoon and that there might even be freezing rain during the changeover.
Environment Canada, which issued a snowfall warning, issued a warning to motorists.
"I'd like to remind people to stay safe on the roads 'cause visibilities today are not really that great. I was looking at our web cams, so, be careful, people", said meteorologist Dominic Martel in an interview with CJAD 800 News.
Winds were also an issue in the forecast with gusts up to 60 kph.
But, Martel added the mild temperatures will become even milder.
"Friday we could have a high of between 5 and 10 degrees", he said.
And it's March, which means snowfalls are always possible during the month.
"Just wait 'till the end of the March and we'll know for sure", said Martel.
The snowfall warning was ended around 4 PM and the weather office said Trudeau airport reported an accumulation of 15 centimeters.
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