|Hydro crews work on a near perfect Sunday to repair damage from a fallen tree on L'Ile Perrot.|
As far as this week goes, a few clouds and perhaps a shower are around today as the remains of a week low move from Ohio across upstate New York. Once this cloud moves east, strong high pressure will develop for the remainder of the week with no precipitation and warm temperatures around 21C (70F). Lows will be mild as well no colder than 5C. With low relative humidity and the drying sun, we will have to watch all outdoor burning as the fire risk in Ontario and Quebec will be on the rise.
It won't be perfect everywhere. Some portions of the northern plain states into southern Manitoba and northwest Ontario could see some snow this week. Wet snow is even forecast for Edmonton today with a high of only 3C. Warnings are already in effect for up to 15cm of snow in the inter-lakes region north of Winnipeg.