Is there anything better than watching falling snow as you count down the days to Christmas?
Well, Ontario's December weather might surprise us with just that this year.
According to The Canadian Farmers' Almanac for 2021, snow will sweep eastward through the province between December 20 and 23 this year.
And it looks like the snow will transform into freezing rain just in time for Christmas.
Freezing rain and ice during the Christmas, Boxing Day holidays.
The Farmers' Almanac, Ontario
"Unsettled conditions move in from the west as we close the book on 2020," it says.
The Almanac shows that the start of 2021 will bring heavy snowfall to Ontario as a storm tracks from Chicago to the Mid-Atlantic Coast.
Between January 12 and 15, the storm is expected to bring anywhere from 20 to 40 cm of snow to the province.
Clear skies and "very cold" weather will then settle in, followed by more flurries.
The Farmers' Almanac previously predicted a brutal winter for certain parts of Ontario, and it seems that we may be headed in that direction.