The weather in Toronto has been seriously crazy lately. From extreme cold weather warnings to freezing rain to snowfall, the weather in Toronto has not been fun for locals. It looks like there ain't no rest for the wicked because the brutal winter weather is set to continue. Toronto will be hit with up to 20 cm of snowfall next Monday, on January 28. 

READ ALSO: At Least 50 Collisions Have Been Reported In The GTA This Morning After Last Night's Storm

We were hoping for some relief from the winter weather, but it looks like that won't be the case anytime soon. The Weather Channel is now forecasting that Toronto is in for another snowstorm right at the start of the work week.

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For Monday, January 28th, The Weather Channel predicts snow showers in the evening. "Winds will increase overnight. Low near -10C. Winds ENE at 25 to 40 km/h. Chance of snow 70%. Snow accumulating 12 - 20cm," reads the forecast from The Weather Channel. There may also be some occasional snow showers in the afternoon as well. 

Check out the upcoming snowfall forecast for Toronto. 

Via Screenshot | The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel isn't the only one predicting snowfall on Monday, January 28th. The Weather Network is also forecasting 10 to 15 cm of snowfall for next Monday, and another five to 10 cm of snowfall the following day. 

Via Screenshot | The Weather Network

Leading up to Monday, the weather doesn't look that great either based on The Weather Network's forecast, so go ahead and use it as an excuse to stay in and binge watch Netflix.

On the bright side, the sun is expected to come out this Saturday. However, it's forecasted to feel like -16°C that day, so maybe it's best to watch the sunshine looking out the window from the comfort of your home. 

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Just this morning, over 50 car crashes were reported in the city due to last night's massive snowstorm and freezing rain. Environment Canada even warned locals that there were poor winter travelling conditions in Toronto. 

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