Most excitingly, the site says the month of March could "bring extended tastes of early spring" to Ontario and Quebec
It also predicts "near normal" temperatures for the season overall.
But Montrealers shouldn't expect to whip out their bathing suits and head to Verdun Beach too soon.
The Weather Network warns of "parting shots of winter" and "a period of colder weather" mid-season "before more consistent warmth sets in."
Both provinces could also see "above normal rainfall," though, according to the forecast, there shouldn't be more rainy days than usual.
In better news, "the risk for widespread flooding is lower than normal this spring."
"The deep freeze is behind us, but the threat of wintry weather is not over," Chris Scott, Chief Meteorologist with The Weather Network, said in a statement.
"A milder March will be a delightful contrast to the frigid February experienced by many Canadians, but spring will sputter at times."
What about the other provinces?
Looks like this year the Atlantic provinces are getting a monopoly on fantastic spring weather — and if their travel restrictions continue, they'll be keeping it to themselves.
The Weather Network predicts that "above normal temperatures will continue to dominate for most of spring" in the east, despite "the typical risk for high impact late winter storms."
In the prairie provinces, meanwhile, the site suggests a pattern similar to that in Ontario and Quebec could be in store, with a particularly spring-like March and later returns to colder weather.
Alarmingly, The Weather Network meteorologists express concern that "drought conditions south of the border could become more widespread and impact southern parts of the region by the start of the growing season."
Across the Rockies, British Columbia could see "a slower than typical start to the season [...] with cooler than seasonal temperatures."
As this weekend comes to an end, it's already time to get excited for the upcoming one. Especially because Montreal's weather forecast is predicting that it'll feel like 30 C and up next Friday to Sunday.
So, we'll only have to deal with the cold weather we felt the last few days a little longer.
Such means we could experience "strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain" throughout the day. The Weather Network warned that "strong wind gusts can toss loose objects, damage weak buildings, break branches off trees and overturn large vehicles," so make sure to act with caution today.
It also may not be the best day to take your boat out for a ride, since "boaters may be caught off guard by strong gusts over small bodies of water."
The "risk of thunderstorm" begins at 12 p.m. today, May 26.