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Get Ready Toronto, Snow Is In The Forecast Four Days This Week

It's time to get ready for snow flurries this week.
Get Ready Toronto, Snow Is In The Forecast Four Days This Week

After snow covered Ontario over the weekend, it seems like winter weather is here to stay in Toronto. This week the forecast has four days calling for snow in Ontario's capital, bringing flurries to the city all week long. 

If you were hoping for a few more weeks of fall, we hate to break the news but this week is going to bring miserable weather to kick off the cold winter months. 

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While Narcity already covered the news that Torontonians should expect snow on Tuesday, November 13th, it seems like the trend is going to continue the next day on Wednesday. After some sun and cloud on Thursday, snow and mixed precipitation are going to make this weekend a damp one on Friday and Saturday. 

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The temperatures are going to hang out around zero degrees Celcius during the week but realistically, the wind chill will make it feel exceptionally cold and below freezing.

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Not only that, temperatures are definitely going to drop to below zero overnight, so if you're planning on going out this weekend you should wrap up for extra warmth! 

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As the end of 2018 approaches, it's time to get prepared for winter by pulling out your parka and lacing up your winter boots. 

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Don't get caught in the snow this week and plan ahead so you're not stuck outside in the freezing, wet weather. The winter months are going to be bringing back the snow in full force soon. 

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