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The warmer (everything is relative!) weather is coming to Muskoka. The warmth of the sun is a good start. The snow is receding. But a major collision of an Arctic snow push and south westerly rain front will collide near Muskoka fore 12 hours about 5PM Wednesday starting with rain, then freezing rain then snow then freezing rain then snow and it will clear by 5AM on Thursday. Hopefully this is Winter’s final encore!

Our opening temperature starts at -8C(FL -11C)  and will warm relatively nicely to +2C  (FL -1C) in the afternoon  and then back to -2C (FL -4C) overnight.

The UV index will be strong today with intermittent cloudiness.

Road report –the plows are out closer to Georgian Bay and around Orillia this morning.  For travellers they are out around Caution is still advised as there will be puddling and possibly black ice around the edges as those pesky snow banks slowly disappear.

School Busses are RUNNING today. For current info on the busses click here.

The Ski Resorts are challenged with this weather – more here . They are starting to show more lifts as closed and a reduced number of runs open.

The snow mobile trails in Muskoka and North are showing as marginal to closed. Lake slush remains a serious problem.  Click here for more information on the status of registered trails.

30 days til we are back on the golf course. Follow this count here. More and more grass is starting to appear – there is a golf course out there!

It is time to get the golf game in shape. Maybe new grips on the clubs.

The time is now to get your group playing a couple of times a week on the HiDef golf simulator. Click here to book your tee time on the simulator. It is getting busy! Lots of comments about how good it is to swing the clubs again….

Spring is officially here tomorrow – and Winter decided to throw a party for her!

Click here to see the radar we watch for the future, and click here for historical to the present.