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Ontario Winter Forecast Will Bring Lots Of Snow Early

With summer quickly coming to end, you might want to enjoy the sunshine while you can. Winter in Ontario is coming early this year, so make sure to get your snow shovels ready.

According to the Farmers' Almanac, Ontario's 2021 fall forecast will include some "very unsettled conditions" bringing wet snow and stormy weather to the province by late October.

So if you're planning on going out for Halloween this year, you might want to bundle up as snow is expected around October 28 to 31.

It doesn't get much better in the months that follow, with November expected to be incredibly windy and snowy thanks to a combination of cloudy skies and unseasonable cold.

However, December will be the worst of it, with weather conditions forecast to be "brutally cold" on Christmas and Boxing Day.

On the bright side, summer isn't over yet and more sunny days are on the horizon, so enjoy it while it lasts.

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