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Our brief fling with summer 2.0 has officially ended. Ontario's weather forecast is going to be hit with heavy snow and strong winds as winter returns with a vengeance. 

The Weather Network is warning residents to enjoy the sunshine this weekend before an approaching Colorado Low creates a messy combo of rain and snow.

You're going to want to bust out your parka and rubber boots for this one.

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If you are in southern Ontario, you can expect some heavy rain.

However, those in the northern parts can actually see up to 20 centimetres of snow by Monday. 

Wind gusts of up to 60 to 80 km/h will be whipping across southern Ontario by Sunday.

Regions near Lake Erie and along the eastern shore of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay could experience gusts of up to 100 km/h. 

Thankfully, November is still predicted to remain mostly on the milder side of fall weather.

Temperatures are forecast to recover by the end of next week, with toasty daytime highs expected for next Thursday and Friday.

Ontario's weather forecast is predicting an early start to winter for some unlucky regions next week thanks to an incoming mix of cold and snow.

According to The Weather Network, several cities including, Dryden, Timmins and Sudbury, will be hit by wintry conditions by as early as this Sunday with most experiencing at least one round of flurries by next Tuesday.

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Ontario’s Weather Forecast This Weekend Is Going To Be Nasty With Wet Snow In Some Regions

Say goodbye to warm fall weather and hello to the cold this weekend.

Ontario has been soaking up warmer than seasonal temperatures this October, but this weekend won't be as lucky.

The Weather Network predicts temperatures will drop this Friday, "with temperatures falling closer to seasonal and possibly even a few degrees colder into next week."

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