The southeast is seeing a departure from the previous cold temperatures with some warmth coming in this week.

Those warm temperatures will be melting the previous snow, before refreezing that overnight.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Natalie Hasell says the area won't see too deep of a plunge in the future.

"Right now we do see a few systems that could bring some active cold fronts through your area and therefore colder air. I don't think we're going to see any big deep freeze the way we did in that part of the middle of January and again a little bit in February there where we had some really cold temperatures. Some models are suggesting that, but I think they're more outliers."

She predicts the southeast will see a bit more cold air in the future.

"I don't think we're out of it yet," said Hasell, "This freeze-thaw cycle that you're in right now also has its own hazards associated with it and there are a couple more systems that could come through that could, with their passage, bring colder air yet again."

With the cold weather still a potential problem Hasell advises people to stay prepared through the early spring.

"I would keep the winter tires still installed, especially considering the overnight temperatures are still below 0 for quite a while. You want winter tires because any snow on the ground melts and then refreezes. So you have ice and sometimes ice that you can't see very well. I don't think we're going to see a big deep freeze, but I don't think we're completely out of winter conditions yet."