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Fall In Ontario Is Going To Be A Mess With 'Violent' Thunderstorms & Even Wet Snow
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Get ready for some PSL and storms. Ontario's fall forecast will be a total mess of unsettled weather and sloppy snow this year.

According to the Farmers' Almanac, the season won't be off to a pleasant start with squalls and "violent" thunderstorms arriving by late September.

October will be even worse with "very unsettled conditions" arriving at the end of the month before a nasty storm sweeps over the Great Lakes, bringing wet snow and bad vibes to all.

Residents will be layering up by November as unseasonable cold, snow flurries and increasingly cloudy skies take over the province earlier than anyone would ever want.

However, not all hope is lost. There will be a few weeks of sunshine mixed in with the bad weather, so you still should be able to enjoy your next pumpkin patch trip.

December will bring an early winter to the last days of fall, with cold winds and snowy conditions dominating Southeast Ontario.

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Parts of Ontario woke up to snow on Friday, marking the delayed arrival of cooler temperatures after weeks of unseasonal warmth.

The Weather Network had forecasted earlier this week that parts of the province, especially those south of the Georgian Bay, would receive their first round of wet snow in the early hours of Friday morning.

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Ontario's frost advisories didn't come on time this year. In fact, they were so delayed that weather experts are comparing the results to time travel.

According to The Weather Network, this year's unusually warm fall season created conditions that mimic what average temperatures will be nearly 40 years from now.

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Ontario’s Weather Forecast This Weekend Is Going To Be Nasty With Wet Snow In Some Regions

Say goodbye to warm fall weather and hello to the cold this weekend.

Ontario has been soaking up warmer than seasonal temperatures this October, but this weekend won't be as lucky.

The Weather Network predicts temperatures will drop this Friday, "with temperatures falling closer to seasonal and possibly even a few degrees colder into next week."

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Ontario's weather will finally be getting appropriately chilly this week after a long strong stretch of late summer-like conditions.

According to The Weather Network, the province's delayed trend of 20 C days, which challenged a 75-year-old record over Thanksgiving weekend, will continue in southern parts of the province for Tuesday and Wednesday.

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