Spring is a tricky season.
There’s a very specific day when spring was supposed to start in 2021 – Saturday, March 20 – but winter wasn’t quite willing to concede.
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There’s official spring and then there’s real spring.
A few final flurries and shocks of arctic air keep parkas and toques in the daily rotation. Until now.
This week’s forecast, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada, has double-digit highs right through until, at least, next weekend and only a couple of more days with lows below freezing.
Sunday’s high is 14 C and skies should clear to reveal that beautiful glowing fusion reactor we call our Sun.
The low will be 0 C.
Monday and Tuesday will be nearly identical. Highs will again be 14 C – with lots of sunshine – and lows will be near -2 C.
Wednesday pushes the mercury to 17 C. Clouds will move in later in the day and the low will be 6 C.
Thursday will stay cloudy with a high of 15 and low of 7 C.
Friday and Saturday both look wet. Highs should be be somewhere around 14 C and 13 C, respectively.
The average high for this time of the year is slightly above 7 C and lows tend to drop a bit below -2 C.
Sunrise was at 6:37 a.m. this morning and sunset is at 7:33 p.m.
Today is the 94th day of the year and 25.48% of the year has elapsed.
Happy sunny Sunday!
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