Record broken during one-day warm spell
You don't usually hear words like fog, heavy rain and mild highs, until the spring but that's how Wednesday is being described.
By 6:15 in the morning, we had already broken a temperature record. The warmest it has ever been on this day was 9.1 degrees, set in 2006.
It's the same story for everyone in Southern Ontario right into cottage country, but the balmy high will be short lived because it's back to seasonally cold temperatures on Thursday.
Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement saying that we are in store for a lot of rain, 10 to 20 millimetres in Toronto but near Georgian Bay 20 to 40 millimetres could fall.
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority wants you to speak to your kids, to tell them to stay away from creeks and rivers since they will be running fast and the banks will be slick.
(some files by E. Macko)