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The GTA And Parts Of Ontario Are About To Be Hit With More Snow

Parts of the province could get another 10 cm of snow.

If you thought you’ve seen enough snow for the week, think again.

On Friday, parts of southern Ontario could get hit with up to 10 cm of snow.

According to The Weather Network meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal, there will be a “swath of snow along the 401 corridor, from London over to eastern Ontario, up the 400 towards parts of cottage country.”

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You can expect a more difficult commute later this week as “by Friday morning and into the afternoon, that snow will really take over parts of the 403” and “over to the 401 near Guelph and Kitchener-Waterloo” Whittal goes on to say.

Guelph, Kitchener-Waterloo, and Collingwood could see more than 5 cm of snowfall.

Further north, areas east of Parry Sound could get around 10 cm.

According to Whittal, parts of the GTA could see a fair amount too, with areas like Markham, Richmond Hill, and Vaughan possibly getting up to 5 cm of snow.

Don’t fret too much though, as the cold front is not likely to last that long as “it will move out fairly quickly” Whittal says.

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