It might be time to dig out your winter jackets. Southern Ontario's weather forecast is calling for some early snowfall this week. 

According to The Weather Network, residents of the Niagara region are in for a cold and soggy Thursday evening. 

A chilly downpour is expected to sweep the area turning rain into snow by later afternoon.

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The rain could mix with wet snow Thursday night across parts of the Niagara region.

The Weather Network

Around one centimetre of the white stuff is expected to fall throughout the area on Thursday, with an additional centimetre on Friday. 

Sadly, no winter wonderlands will be created, as the expected snowfall will disappear by the end of Friday.  

It will be a bitterly cold lead into the weekend, with daytime temperatures dropping as low as 3 C.

Thankfully, you won't be stuck wearing a parka over your Halloween costume, though, as things will warm up quite a bit by Saturday. 

Niagara could see temperatures as high as 11 C during the weekend.  

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