Londoners woke-up to a flashback of winter Saturday morning, and it may come back again on Mother’s Day.
Environment Canada said lake-effect snow swept across southwestern Ontario Saturday morning, and dropped two to four centimetres of snow onto the city.
Severe weather meteorologist with Environment Canada Haizhen Sun tells 980 CFPL it’s not uncommon for the area to see flurries this time of year.
The cooler temperatures across southern Ontario set a record low in cities such as Hamilton and Windsor, but London was not cold enough to set a new one.
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