Snow on the way for Ottawa
Ottawa residents are enjoying a final day of mild weather before Old Man Winter arrives back in the capital.
After a mild day with temperatures as high as 2 C on Tuesday, the temperature is set to plummet in the evening, with a forecast low of -12 C.
Environment Canada says Wednesday will be sunny with a seasonal high of -5 C.
But after that, the snow hits. There's a 30 per cent chance of flurries on Wednesday night, with snow continuing into Thursday.
Areas in the Seaway, such as Brockville and Kingston, could get up to 10 centimetres of snow on Thursday, according to Environment Canada.
The snow is expected to continue into Friday morning.
RTG has hired an environmental consulting firm to look at what can be done to eliminate the smell at Rideau Station.
Environment Canada's forecast calls for a high of 5C today. The record for warmest Feb 3 is 7.9C.
Here's a list of the activities being offered in Ottawa during the one-day teacher strikes this week.