The first couple of weeks of February may have given the illusion of springtime, however, colder air is expected to move around the province
Environment and Climate Change Canada Meteorologist, Terri Lang, shared some insight.
"We do see a bit of a change in the pattern coming and some colder air starting to move in," she said. "Maybe a chance of some snow coming in with that."
Extreme cold temperatures aren't expected to return anytime soon but estimated daytime highs this week range from +1 to -11, with wind chills sitting around the -20s.
"It certainly looks like in the next about two or three weeks that there'll be some pretty cold air starting to move in and I think people are going to be a little bit shocked just because we think we get into March and we're good to go. But I think we've still got a little bit of winter to get through," Lang said. "There's some indication that the early part of March is going to be on the cold side as well."
Lang also cautioned that the current warmer conditions are ideal for ice to develop.
"There's that risk with the freeze-thaw, with the melting and the freezing overnight, we get some pretty icy roads in the morning, so just kind of something to be aware of," she said.