Credits: TONY CALDWELL/OTTAWA SUN/QMI AGENCY
Forget warm spring temperatures -- residents in Ontario and Quebec are bracing for another blast of the white stuff.
Wet flurries are expected to start in Toronto and Ottawa Sunday night and continue into Monday and possibly Tuesday. Montreal may get some snow Sunday morning as well.
Temperatures will range between 5C and 7C, Environment Canada said on its website.
But other parts of Quebec will see more than a dusting. Quebec City and Saguenay will likely wake up to a winter wonderland Sunday as it's expected to snow 5 cm overnight. Flurries will continue all day Sunday.
But warmer temperatures are expected by mid-week, with the forecast calling for sun and 14C in southern Ontario on Wednesday.
Parts of the west will see warmer temperatures over the next few days, with Calgary expecting sun and highs of 23C and 26C on Sunday and Monday, respectively. Regina will be well above seasonal with 27C temperatures on Monday, while Winnipeg will get a quick hit of the warm weather on Tuesday with 24C.