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Wednesday's dreariness may have given way to some sunshine on Thursday morning, but residents will want to enjoy it while they can because Ontario's weather forecast is looking bleak beyond the work week.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), Ontarians will have to contend with several atmospheric hurdles this weekend, including rain, snow, and strong winds, echoing the hazardous travel conditions drivers faced overnight Wednesday.

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Southern Ontario's weather is set to be slammed with "strong winds" today, reaching up to 90 kilometres per hour, and you might find yourself without power in some instances.

Environment Canada (EC) has issued 20 special weather warnings for wind across southern Ontario in areas like Toronto, Hamilton, Barrie, Peterborough, Belleville and many more.

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Torque your winter tires, folks. Ontario's weather forecast predicts an early start to winter this week, and it's going to lock the holidays into recording colder-than-normal temperatures.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), the first week of December will be a bitter reminder to residents of the province that autumn's mild weather is officially on its way out.

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If you've read Stephen King's The Mist, then Ontario's weather is likely to give you a case of the heebie-jeebies on Thursday morning.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), a dense fog rolled into southern Ontario overnight on Wednesday, prompting widespread travel advisories and motorists being warned of reduced visibility.

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Ontario's weather has been full of surprises this month. Forecasts went from barbecue worthy to full-on winter in a matter of days, and experts don't think November's final weeks will be any less chaotic.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), a "drastic pattern change" will finish off November thanks to the Pacific flow ending and a polar vortex gradually sinking south across Canada.

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