WESTERN ONTARIO — Southwestern Ontario’s spring forecast points to temperatures trending slightly above average with anyone’s guess on rainfall. That’s according to Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Gerald Cheng.
Based on forecast data, “I think there is a good chance of above normal temperatures,” Cheng said, adding the “dominant pattern” points to warmer weather. However, there’s “still a chance” of near normal temperatures, he said. The seasonal precipitation forecast is less certain but points to an equal chance of rain levels either above or below spring average.