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Ontario Is Getting Slammed With 15 cm Of Snow & Strong Winds This Week

Frigid temperatures will set in earlier this week.

Ontario's winter has been off to a slow start this year, but that is about to come to an end. 

According to The Weather Network, freezing temperatures, strong winds and snow will sweep across southern Ontario this week. 

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Parts of the province, such a Paris, could see up to 10 to 15 centimetres of accumulation by Wednesday.

The storm will start on Monday, but only a dusting of snow will be seen across the GTA. 

However, winds as strong as 50 kilometres an hour are also expected to hit the province. 

Thankfully, we won't see extended periods of "frigid weather" as things are supposed to warm up by the end of the week.

Daytime temperatures will float as high as 3 C in the GTA, so you'll least be able to get some fresh air.

"It is unlikely that we will see more than a few days with colder than seasonal temperatures," stated meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

The summer forecast for 2021 in Canada has dropped and there's going to be heat across the country during the season with some provinces enjoying "sizzling" and "sweltering" warmth.

The Farmers' Almanac released its projections for the upcoming season and it looks like there will be stormy weather but really hot temperatures.

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