'Complicated' weather system coming to GTA
Susan Dundas takes a moment to enjoy the snow during her run through the Humber Bay Park East in Toronto on Sunday. (Tim Finlan/Toronto Star)
Environment Canada is calling the weather situation “complicated,” as temperatures fluctuate below and above the freezing point.
A complex, low-pressure weather system developing in Colorado will begin moving eastward, hugging the lower great lakes and bringing moist, temperate conditions.
The GTA is expected to get around 15 mm of rain and temperatures are forecasted to climb to a few degrees above freezing tonight and into Monday.
Areas around Lake Erie and to the southwest will receive extra rainfall with a risk of thunderstorms, and snow and freezing rain could be a possibility for areas north and east of the GTA, including Ottawa.
Uncertain patterns and timing will require constant monitoring of this developing weather system.