It’s going to take a little while before it starts feeling like spring in Muskoka.

The season starts tomorrow and Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says spring will start off sunny this year, with no major storms in the forecast. But, he also says it’s going to be a trade-off, with cooler-than-usual temperatures, especially overnight.

Coulson says temperatures will continue to be cooler-than-average until about mid-April.

Coulson says this will also mean a slow-melt throughout the early part of spring. While there are no flooding concerns right now he says Environment Canada will continue to monitor the weather throughout the season.

With files from Andreas Pandikiu.