Winter could be gone for good, the Quebec weather forecast from The Weather Network suggests.\nThe province is in for some above seasonal temperatures.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Weather Network has just put forth its longterm forecast for the month of April, giving us a taste of what Quebec weather is going to be like as we transition into real spring. Are we in for buckets of rain or another freak April snowstorm? Well, it's hard to give specifics just yet, but The Weather Network's Dr. Doug Gillham along with Meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal do have some insight into what we can expect in the coming weeks.\nThe month of March has been "warmer than normal" all the way from Manitoba to the Maritimes. While we did see some "high-impact winter weather" here and there, for the most part, we were blessed with milder temperatures here in Quebec and Montreal, specifically.\nThe Weather Network (TWN) anticipates that this will be the trend we see throughout the beginning of April, as well, with the "dominant pattern across Canada" resembling what we experienced in March.\nHowever, near the end of April, the cooler temperatures that have been lingering out west may shift eastwards bringing a colder period to Ontario and Quebec, albeit temporary, for the end of April.\nThe map below, provided by The Weather Network, shows the monthly temperature pattern expected across Canada for the first 10 days of April.\nClearly, southern Quebec is in luck, with above seasonal temperatures expected to kick off the month.\nThe Weather Network\nAfter the potential cold spurt that could come as a result of eastward-moving chilly air from the west, the end of April and beginning of May are expected to be "warmer than normal," for both Ontario and southern Quebec.\nREAD ALSO: These Local Quebec Shops Can Deliver Everything You Need For A Perfect At-Home Spa\nUnlike our last two springs, this year looks like it's going to be much warmer for the majority of April.\nThe Weather Network describes the April pattern as following a similar trajectory to March, however with elevated temperatures. If that's the case... get ready for rain.\nPlusieurs orages ont touché hier la provinceMontréal et Québec viennent d'enregistrer leurs mois de mars les plus pluvieux de l'histoire.14 cm de neige sont tombés à Québec, 4cm au Saguenay#mm pic.twitter.com/jiy2tDJqMT— Sophie Colombani (@ASophie_MM) March 30, 2020\nTranslation: Several thunderstorms hit the province yesterday Montreal and Quebec City have just recorded their rainiest March in history. 14 cm of snow fell in Quebec, 4 cm in Saguenay\nAs TWN explains, "while everyone will see back-and-forth swings in temperature, Western Canada will likely tip to the cold side of normal, while the Great Lakes region to the western Maritimes are expected to be warmer than normal."\nI wish for Quebec 30 days and nights of rain, sleet, hail, bitter icy winds and biweekly wet snow frozen rock hard overnight.May the universe grant us an April so diabolically miserable that it saves us from ourselves. Good night 🙏— lagarto malo 🦎 (@lagarto_malo) March 29, 2020\nSo if you were thinking along the lines of the Twitter user above and hoping for absolutely miserable April weather as an incentive to keep everyone home... well, you might be out of luck.\nBut this just means we're all going to be able to open our windows wide and let the warmth in, even if we can't celebrate the changing season at tam-tams as per usual.\nWhich is fine. It just means it's going to be that much sweeter when we can.