Muskoka is getting a break from the winter weather tomorrow. Although we may see some clouds and rain, Environment Canada is calling for a daytime high of eight to ten degrees. Meteorologist Peter Kimbell says a jet stream hovering over the Midwestern United States is to thank for the upcoming warmth.

And, he says the warmer than normal temperatures might be sticking around for a few days.

 

Kimbell also notes after tomorrow’s rain, we likely won’t see much more precipitation for a few days.

 

Kimbell adds the normal daytime high this time of year is plus one, and the overnight low is minus seven degrees.

(With files from: Kenny Trenton)