Sun, rain and plus temperatures for the week of March 27 to 31 in Mississauga and Brampton


Published March 26, 2023 at 5:05 pm

It’s beginning to look a lot like spring—well maybe not, but it sure will feel like it this week in Mississauga, Brampton and other parts of southern Ontario.

As of today, (Mar. 26) it will be mainly clear skies this Sunday and visibly sunny throughout the morning and afternoon. Cloudiness after midnight is expected followed by periods of snow. Meteorologists say, there is a risk of freezing rain overnight and wind speeds could reach up to 30 km/h, which isn’t as bad compared to yesterday’s thunderstorm with the wind picking up to 80 km/h.

Snow flurries will continue into Monday morning and stick around for the most part of the day. Environment Canada has not issued a special statement in regards to the weather and if the snowfall will be significant enough to impact travel.

Tuesday on the horizon, the clouds will disappear leaving clear skies and sunshine. A high of 7 C is also expected.

The Weather Network predicts a 60 percent chance of either rain showers and flurries for Wednesday which will be scattered throughout the day.

Sunshine returns once again on Thursday mimicking the same temperatures as seen on Tuesday, but with a 30 percent chance of flurries. If you’re outdoors, it might be a good idea to bring a jacket with a hood or even an umbrella— just in case there is rain in the forecast.

As we wave goodbye to the last day of March on Friday there will be nothing but clouds in sight with periods of rain and a high of 8 C —making it the warmest day of the week.

No jokes here, as rain showers continue well into the first day of April (Saturday) with a bit of sunshine peaking throughout the day.

It seems like mother nature is hinting on the arrival of spring with the plus temperatures and the mix of sun and rain this week, which means we could finally be leaving winter behind.

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