Winter weather system spares Toronto
Spring arrives on Wednesday, but winter isn't leaving without giving Ontario something to remember it by.
A freezing rain warning was in effect for Toronto and the GTA Monday evening heading into Tuesday morning, but just after 2.am. it was called off by Environment Canada.
Freezing rain warnings were also issued for southern Ontario from Huron-Perth south to the Norfolk area and east through Niagara, Hamilton.
Environment Canada blames a low pressure system that was moving northeast from Indiana for bringing the messy mix of ice pellets, freezing rain and snow.
In Toronto, we're expecting to have a wet morning rush hour, with flurries beginning in the afternoon sometime after 2 p.m.
There is also a low pressure system tracking east from northern Minnesota which is forecast to spread up to 20 centimetres of snow across northern Ontario through today.
Areas from Cornwall to the Quebec border could see anywhere between 15 and 20 centimetres.
(partial files by CP)