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Environment Canada (EC) issued weather alerts for several parts of Ontario on Wednesday morning as the province braces itself for gusty winds and thunderstorms.

The special weather statements warn that wind gusts of up to 90km/h or higher could cause widespread damage and power outages throughout the day for at least 30 regions, including Toronto, Windsor, Waterloo and Parry Sound.

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Ontario's weather forecast will be downright dangerous on Wednesday, with experts predicting a combination of severe thunderstorms, damaging winds, large hail, heavy rain and isolated tornadoes.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), the incoming system will bring about the season's "most widespread, severe weather." So you may want to cancel those beach plans, actually maybe just postpone anything that involves being outside.

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An unwanted return of snow flurries sent Ontarians back into winter over the long weekend, and it won't be a one-time thing.

According to The Weather Network, several regions of the province could receive up to 10 centimetres of snow throughout Tuesday as Monday's storm slowly tapers off.

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Easter Monday is typically a spring celebration, but the Ontario weather forecast doesn't seem to be aware of that.

Starting on Monday, April 18, "A complicated and late-season wintry storm" will make travel across parts of Ontario and Quebec a little difficult, according to The Weather Network.

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This week, residents of northwestern Ontario will be forced to contend with yet another barrage of wintry conditions due to an approaching spring system.

According to The Weather Network, widespread snow will begin as early as Tuesday evening, with blizzard conditions not expected to taper off until the end of the week. So, it might be worth cancelling your hiking plans.

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