Don't put away your shovel just yet. The Ontario weather forecast is predicting yet another blast of snow this week.

In fact, some parts of the province will be hit by accumulation every day, according to the Weather Network.

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On Tuesday, parts of southern Ontario can see around 3 to 5 centimetres of snow. 

Wednesday will bring another bout of heavy snowfall for cottage country and parts of the Ottawa Valley, with up to 10 centimetres expected. 

Thursday won't be nearly as intense but a "weak system" will give us a soaking dose of snow-showers to parts of the south.

A light dusting will also fall in areas around Sault Ste. Marie by Friday.

However, it doesn't end there. A messy system, which will land over the weekend, could also bring ice and rain to parts of the province. 

On the bright side, Toronto and its surrounding cities will experience above seasonal temperatures on Tuesday. So it won't be all doom and gloom.