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A Winter Storm Is Approaching Ontario & The GTA Could Be Buried In Snow

Snow storm could hit the province by Tuesday.

Enjoy the calm weather while you can, because a storm is brewing.

Heavy snowfall could hit southern Ontario beginning early next week according to The Weather Network.

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While temperatures in the southern part of the province will be quite nice this coming weekend, with Toronto, Windsor and Kingston at around 6 C on Saturday, and Toronto getting up to 9 C on Sunday, things could look drastically different in the following days.

The Weather Network meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal says that "as long as we have cold air aloft, we can get instability, we can get a storm to form."

There are "two areas of energy that are going to kind of hold hands, join forces if you will as they phase over eastern Canada" she goes on to say.

The result would be that parts of the province could experience significant snowfall with "heavy snow potentially right through the eastern parts of the GTA" according to Whittal.

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