Spring officially arrives in London
Londoners can bid farewell to winter and look forward to warmer days, budding plants, and the return of singing birds.
Spring officially arrived at 6:28 a.m. Monday.
We’ll be greeted with above average temperatures for most of the week, but it won’t be picture perfect.
Monday’s high will be 6 C, slightly higher than the average of 5.1 C for this time of year. Environment Canada is forecasting a 40 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries through the morning.
Temperatures will jump to 10 C Tuesday before dipping all the way down to zero on Wednesday.
The mercury will rise to 5 C on Thursday with a chance of flurries, before returning to double digits on Friday.
The highest temperature for the first day of spring was 16.7 C, set back in 1976.
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