Walking in a winter wonderland… in April.
While Canadians have had a taste of spring’s warm weather last week, it’s finally time to pull out your umbrellas. Parts of Canada should prepare for thunderstorms and heavy winds next week. Canadas weather forecast is even calling for some snow flurries throughout the week.
Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings across the country , but especially in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Quebec, and parts of Northern Ontario. Ironically, despite it being officially spring, they have also issued “winter storm” warnings in those provinces.
“Heavy rain and strong winds would be the primary threat with these storms, with hail possible as well,”.
As the rain begins to lighten on Wednesday, we can also expect some colder weather to start moving into the province, with the potential of some snowfall.
In Quebec, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia the temperatures are a bit higher, but they are currently facing severe flooding made worse by rain in this weekend’s forecast.
However, it doesn’t seem like spring conditions will be getting much colder heading into next week.