RealWeatherWatch – Ontario Takes a Walk on the Mild Side

It’s pretty bad when you’re so used to writing about extreme or adverse weather conditions that you look for a way to spin the current mild weather in Ontario. That mildness is the story for a great part of the province both over the winter and more than likely into the initial days of Spring. That’s great news for farmers remembering last years cool, wet spring. Even with the lack of snow, the precipitation over winter was still in the average range. As all of us know, these mild trends come with an expiration date. So for all you pessimists, don’t worry, theirs always a chance something crazy could come along.


I spoke to Meteorologist Gina Ressler of the Weather Network about the current weather pattern, and what we can expect looking further into spring.

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