Grab your scarf and your toque — it's going to be freezing in parts of Ontario this weekend.

According to The Weather Network, temperatures in northern cities like Timmins and Iroquois Falls will dive to -5 C on Friday night.

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Thursday and Friday will be quite cold in Timmins at just 3 C throughout the day, followed by 5 C on Saturday.

Toronto will get a taste of 3 C weather on Friday night, followed by a high of 11 C on Saturday.

A cooldown is expected across the province, but weather experts say that warmer weather will return.

"Temperatures will be a few degrees below seasonal for the first several days of October," says TWN meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

"However, a milder pattern should return during the second week of October."

Areas of southern Ontario are expected to see snow, thunderstorms, and even waterspouts this weekend.

 
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