A cold front moved through late Monday, ushering in much chillier air.
Growing up on the West Island of Montreal, Anthony Farnell developed a love for weather early on. At elementary school he remembers spending most of his time looking out the window at developing cumulus clouds. In 1998, his love for weather grew further as he lived through the “Ice Storm of the Century” in Montreal. Anthony brings his weather knowledge and experience to Global News where he recently celebrated his 10th year.
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Heat and humidity, combined with an unstable air mass and a cold front, mean there will be a strong risk of severe storms in southern Ontario.
The coldest air on the planet will be over southern Ontario and Quebec for a few days centered around Mother’s Day weekend.
It all started after arriving home in Toronto on March 1, Global’s Anthony Farnell writes.
The leftover April chill will be replaced by a warmer-than-normal pattern for most of the country later in May and early June.
It will indeed be a cold and snowy winter for a large chunk of the country.
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Viewing Conditions for Game 1 will be just about perfect with mild temperatures, light winds and more importantly — zero chance of rain.
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While it is not unusual for winter storms to impact large parts of Canada, it is rare for such severe weather to hammer opposite coasts at the same time.
Here’s a look at what sort of winter weather Canadians can expect from coast to coast.
With a strong El Nino, warmth and rain would should be guaranteed but that will not be the case this year.