Fall Weather In Ontario Is Coming Next Week & You Might Want To Unpack Your Sweaters

Fall weather in Ontario is on its way, and chilly temperatures are coming along with it!

According to The Weather Network, temperatures in the Golden Horseshoe are "expected to be near or slightly below seasonal for the middle and end of next week."

Next Wednesday looks like it will be the coldest day of the week, with temperatures barely reaching 20 C, which means you may want to start breaking out your sweaters.

Areas around Orangeville will be sitting around 20 C for most of next week, while areas like Toronto will be slightly warmer, around the 25 C mark.

Earlier in the week on Monday, you can expect partly sunny weather with the possibility of passing showers. However, temperatures will be slightly warmer in the low 20s with near seasonal temperatures.

Whether you're visiting family or your favourite hiking spot this weekend, Ontario's weather forecast will have you rethinking your travel plans.

According to The Weather Network, a nasty combination of freezing rain and heavy snow will sweep across parts of Ontario today, creating dangerous travel conditions and unpredictable flurries.

As a result, Environment Canada has placed several regions under weather advisories and snow squall warnings, including Barrie, London, Durham, York Region, Ottawa, and Orillia.

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