Evening rain showers will taper off around midnight with temperatures slowly falling for their highs the past few days.
After the initial excitement of record-breaking warm weather in Toronto, Environment Canada has now issued a freezing rain warning.
Snow is expected from Monday through Wednesday night with three-to-seven inches of snowfall on Tuesday night, according to the Weather Service.
Periods of rain will continue on Thursday, as temperatures hit 5 C before tapering back down to below freezing daytime highs. Ice pellet and freezing rain amounts will vary widely.
True ice storms are uncommon in this part of the county, the weather service said on Facebook. As mentioned above surface temperatures will be key on precipitation type on Wednesday whether it's freezing rain likely in the morning or just rain likely by the afternoon. Four to 10 inches of snow are expected with wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour.
We will be near freezing for the morning commute on Wednesday, but temperatures will drop through the day, increasing the chances of slick roads for the evening drive.