If you were planning to take a wintry walk in charming Ontario weather this weekend, you might want to relocate your plans to the couch instead. According to The Weather Network, an unpredictable pattern, which will bring snow, mild temperatures, and rain, looms over southern Ontario this week.\nThe nasty storm track has caught forecasters' attention due to its potential to bring messy, high-impact weather this weekend.\nOn the bright side, temperatures are expected to be delightfully mild in southern Ontario on Friday. However, that doesn’t mean it’s going to be all sunshine, lollipops, and rainbows.\nIn fact, you’re going to want to bring an umbrella, as those double-digit highs are expected to turn snow into rain.\nWe won’t be singing in the rain for long, though, as a much colder blast of wintry air is due to cross into the region by Saturday morning.\n"At the same time as these falling temperatures, abundant subtropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will surge north into our region. Unfortunately, this is the recipe for a high impact and messy winter storm," Weather Network, Meteorologist Doug Gillham warns.\nAlthough weather patterns are known to be unpredictable, experts are warning that a significant amount of ice pellets and freezing rain appear likely to hit parts of the province this weekend.\nView this post on Instagram Who ordered the snow!? First snowfall of 2020 in Toronto. #snowto #torontosnow A post shared by Gus Fosarolli (@gusf) on Jan 5, 2020 at 6:10pm PST\nAlso, if you’re living in northern Ontario, you should probably expect some pretty heavy snowfall.\n"The most likely time frame is late Saturday, Saturday night and into early Sunday, but please check back for updates," adds Gillham.\nView this post on Instagram 2013年1月1日我留下這樣的留言：「I just came back from Cityhall :) It was a nice experience with my friends here!!Though it was so cold and snowing that my feet were almost freezing, but thanks God that I met good friends here and shared the last moment with them :=) But I really wished Jungbin would have celebrated with us!!! I will never forget this memory :-)」. 七年過去了，我站在2020年了，但一切都好像昨天才剛發生的事情，就跟當時寫下的一樣！ . How are you my friends? . #toronto #toronto2013 #torontosnow #oldstreetcar #snowingday #freezing #ttc #canada #worldtraveler #languageschoollife #studyingenglish #canadatrip #toronto_insta #goodmemory #beautifulplace #snowphotography #多倫多 #加拿大 #unforgettable #cityphotography #downtowntoronto A post shared by Joy In Neverland (@joyinneverland) on Dec 31, 2019 at 9:16pm PST\nA combination of 60 km/h winds and 10 to 15 centimetres of snow already made for unsettled conditions along Lake Huron and Georgian Bay at the beginning of this week.\nThe GTA, in particular, was hit by flurries on Monday morning, making for a very messy start to the work week.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.