Ontario Snowstorm Has Southwestern Parts Of The Province Buried Under Up To 30 cm

For parts of the province, this Ontario snowstorm is dropping up to 30 centimetres of fresh powder near Lake Huron and Georgian Bay and the photos are incredible.

After eastern Ontario got snowed on the weekend before, it's the southwest's turn because of snow squalls and winter is truly here!

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Even if you're not a fan of winter, you have to admit this is a stunning photo of the fresh snow and the sun rising.

"Barrie winters aren't all bad I guess," this person said on Instagram and they're probably right.

There's a lot of piled up snow on even the tiniest of branches here.

This person shared two photos, one from Friday night and one from Saturday morning which shows just how much snow fell overnight.

There's nothing like taking a walk through the woods after a big snowfall.

On this trail in Blue Mountain, there's so much snow on the trees that you can't even see the branches.

This dog is living its best life running around in the fresh powder and we're here for it.

You can tell just how much snow has fallen by looking at how much has accumulated on these evergreen trees.

Toronto's Weather Forecast Says The City Will Be Hit With 5 Days Of Snow This Week

The 6ix could see up to 6 centimetres of snow this weekend.

It's time to bundle up! Toronto's weather forecast is calling for heaps of snow this week and you might want to stay indoors.

According to the Weather Network, the 6ix can expect to get hit by some flurries five days this week. The city is forecasted to get just under 1 centimetre of snow through Monday night, followed by 1 to 3 centimetres on Tuesday.

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A winter storm is set to dump up to 30 centimetres of snow on to some parts of B.C. this weekend.

Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for B.C. Peace River, Highway 97 Pine Pass, McGregor and Williston.

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The Month-By-Month Winter Forecast Is Out & Major Snowstorms Will Hit Almost Everywhere

Check if your province is one of the places that will be buried by more than 30 centimetres of snow!

This winter's forecast shows that while places have already seen icy weather, the season is only just getting started, and almost everywhere will get major snowstorms!

Here's what the Farmer's Almanac is forecasting in every province from December to March so you know what to expect this winter.

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If you were hoping for a mild fall morning in Southern or Northern Ontario, you might just want to go back to bed.

Environment Canada issued warnings and special weather statements across Ontario on Wednesday morning.

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