Parts of Western Canada are facing blizzard warnings on the last day of winter, while some eastern cities are seeing sunny skies and temperatures that could hit as high as 25 C.
Winnipeg reached its highest temperature ever recorded for the month of March, hitting 23.4 C Monday afternoon, according to CBC Manitoba meteorologist John Sauder.
The previous record high for March in the Manitoba capital was 23.3 C, set in March 27, 1946.
Earlier Monday, CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe said Winnipeg would typically have daily highs of about zero, with the city getting the kind of weather now that it typically sees in late May or early June.
Winnipeg broke a 102-year record on Sunday when the temperature reached 21 C, Wagstaffe reported.
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