It certainly won’t feel like spring this weekend as forecasters are predicting cooler than normal temperatures that could produce flurries.
Saturday’s high is nine degrees, falling to six in the afternoon, and a low of plus two overnight with a 40 per cent chance of showers throughout the day.
It’s on Sunday when Londoners could see snow as the temperature starts to climb back up to a high of six during the day with a slight chance of showers.
“The flurries aren’t a sure thing and there’s no way they’re going to cover the ground, but it will be cold enough and there’s a wind off the lake to help out,” says AM980 weather specialist John Wilson. “Whether we get them or not depends on how much moisture is available Sunday morning.”
Wilson adds that there’s a possibility we could break a low temperature record.
Frost is likely on Monday morning as the temperature will hit a low of minus one overnight Sunday.
However, the mercury will be back in the double digits to start the week with a high of 17.