When the weather warms up, it’s time to get your house in order.
The weather is just the beginning.
It’s the same thing with cars and trucks, and even your fridge.
And we’re going to get a lot of questions about the weather, including about how to prepare.
This week, we’re talking about car insurance.
Insurance companies and government are constantly trying to make sure you have coverage, so how do you know if you’re getting good coverage?
We’re going, in this episode, to take a look at the main drivers of weather and insurance and talk about what you need to know about that.
We’re also going to look at how to make your car insurance coverage more efficient, with tips on what to look for in an insurer.
And the final part of this episode is an extended conversation about what the future holds for car insurance in Canada.
It’ll take a little while to get through all of the basics, but we hope you’ll have fun with this.
What’s the weather going to be like?
Are you planning ahead for what’s to come?
How much money do you need?
We’ve got a great weather forecast on CBC Weather, but let’s start with what’s expected: Monday, April 10: Tropical Storm Andrea.
It could get a little warmer and the rain may make it harder to drive.
If you live in central Ontario, you can expect to see the wind chill and wind chill in excess of minus 20 degrees by the afternoon.
Tuesday, April 11: Tropical Depression Aaron.
It may not be a bad time to buy insurance.
You’ll probably need to drive a bit closer to home, but you shouldn’t have any problems with driving in the city.
It will be sunny for the rest of the day and there may be some wind chill.
Wednesday, April 12: Tropical Snowstorm Sandy.
It won’t be as cold, but it won’t bring much snow either.
Thursday, April 13: Tropical Blizzard Patricia.
It should bring up to 15 centimetres of snow and could bring the temperature down to minus 30 degrees by early evening.
Friday, April 14: Tropical Winter Storm Ivan.
It is expected to bring about five to 10 centimetre of snow.
Saturday, April 15: Tropical Blizzard Andrew.
There’s going to also be winds of up to 45 kilometres per hour, which will bring down temperatures to minus 35 degrees by late afternoon.
Sunday, April 16: Tropical Hurricane Matthew.
It might bring up winds of 20 to 35 kilometres per cent and rain of five to eight millimetres.
If this is your area, you’ll probably be able to drive your car safely, but if you live elsewhere in the country, or in other parts of Canada, you should probably plan to go to a home or business for advice on how to get into a home.
How to make it through the storm and back to your house Monday, the weather’s going pretty good.
In fact, it looks like we’ll be having a lot more sunny days this weekend.
We’ll be in the north and west of Canada.
We should be able a little bit warmer, though, because the sun is going to go down, and that’s going in our favour.
We won’t have a lot in the way of tropical storms or hurricanes, but there will be a few storms in our area and we’re still in the process of forecasting what will be happening.
There is a good chance of rain and a couple of showers in southern Ontario.
Tuesday afternoon, the roads are going to feel a little muddy.
The rain will be heavier than usual, but that’s normal and expected.
By midday, it will be warm enough to drive with a little help.
You’re probably going to have to keep the windows open.
But if you have a small car, you could get the best of both worlds.
The roads will feel a bit muddy and wet Tuesday afternoon.
By evening, the temperatures will drop and things will be warmer.
By mid-afternoon, it’ll be cold enough to ride a bike or drive a motorized scooter.
By midnight, it should be warm and sunny enough to get outside and enjoy the sun.
Tuesday evening, it could be a lot warmer.
It looks like it’s going down in a northerly direction.
There will be some rain showers in the morning.
Wednesday afternoon, it won and down in the east.
It feels like the weather is going towards a more southwesterly direction by the end of the afternoon, and there will still be rain showers, but the temperature should be a little lower.
It turns out the west is going a little more south, and the south will be hotter than the north.
Thursday afternoon, we should be having warmer and wetter weather.
The temperature should get a bit warmer and we’ll still have some showers.
By late afternoon, there should be some snow and sleet.
By night, it might get very cold. If it’s