March Break is over and it's back to school for students in Ontario, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland/Labrador.
Whether it will be sunny and warm, or a cool rainy day, be prepared by visiting our Back to School Forecast page.
Just search for your school's name and you'll be able to view the short and long-term forecast.
March Break dates differ across Canada. In 2013, the dates are as follows:
Winter storm moves into Ontario and Quebec
A Texas low is moving into the region and will combine with a system currently over the Prairies to form a big storm.
Snow, rain, and freezing rain are possible Monday afternoon, which combined with high winds could make the commute home difficult.
"Currently weather models are not in agreement with the timing of the track but we can be sure that Ontarians will see a mixed bag of precipitation from the start of the week," says Monica Vaswani, a meteorologist at The Weather Network.
Trace amounts of snow can be expected in southwestern Ontario while eastern parts of the province could see 15 centimetres.
Vaswani adds "Quebec and New Brunswick can expect more significant snowfall accumulations for their Tuesday and Wednesday".
The system will move into Quebec Monday night and continue through Tuesday with mainly snow in the forecast.
Although some Rain is possible Tuesday afternoon, up to 30 cm of snow is expected by Wednesday in southern Quebec, including Montreal.