Even though we're now a month into spring, it sounds like Mother Nature is set to throw one last blast of winter weather our way.
Cold temperatures, a mix of precipitation and strong winds will invade much of Southern Ontario today.
Precipitation is moving into the area from east to west, thanks to the wraparound effect of a system moving up the eastern seaboard.
Environment Canada says rain should quickly change to wet snow as the temperature dives to just above zero.
The wet snow will persist through the day, into tonight and tomorrow morning before changing back to rain.
We could see anywhere between 6 and 8cm of snow by Tuesday morning, especially over higher terrain on the mountain.
However, because the ground is warm this time of year, actual accumulations will likely be much lower.
Gusty north winds as high as 60km/h will rub it all in just that much more.