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Bundle up! Ontario's weather forecast is calling for some snowy and chilling temperatures this Friday. 

According to The Weather Network, strong winds and blowing snow will create tricky travel conditions as winter comes into full-force.

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Dropping temperatures are expected to hit freezing lows of -20C in some regions, marking the coldest weather of the season. 

Of course, it wouldn't be a storm without snow, and some regions are expecting a lot of it

Up to 15 centimetres of accumulation is expected between the Kincardine and Grand Bend area. 

While around 5 centimetres of snow can be seen around the 401 corridor. 

While the squalls are expected to come to an end by Friday night, the cold air will linger into the weekend. 

However, TWN reports that another "significant winter storm" could be on the horizon for early next week.

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