Varying amounts of clouds and Sun; storm moving north along the US Atlantic Seaboard may provide a glancing blow to easternmost portions of Ontario with rain and wet snow.
Milder temperatures under increasingly cloudy skies. Rain and snow sweeps into Western and Central Ontario by the 27th.
Heavy storm sweeps on an east-northeast trajectory through the rest of Ontario and produces snow to the north of its track and heavy showers and thunderstorms to its south.
Slow clearing for the Great Lakes.
Cold air poised over the Great Lakes moves east.
Showers and thunderstorms increase from Ontario and points east.
Unseasonably warm temperatures move in; increasing rain and thunderstorm activity spreads in from the west.
Big storm to the east could mean a possible late-season heavy, wet snow for eastern Ontario. Turning cold in the wake of the storm.
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