Winter isn't finished with us yet.
Another snowstorm is moving toward eastern Ontario and it could send five to 10 centimetres of snow and colder temperatures our way.
The system is pushing north from the U.S. and will sweep across the Great Lakes, picking up the moisture that will turn to snow for us.
It's small consolation, but Environment Canada meteorologist Yoseph Mengesha tells CFRA Ottawa won't see the worst of the storm; he says the strongest band will stretch from Kingston to Cornwall.
Mengesha says the wind will be strong in those areas, which means there could be local blowing snow.
He adds because of the cold and wind coming with the system, there won't be wet snow or rain — just snow — and, at times, lots of it, making for a messy commute both to and from work tomorrow.