Winter might not officially start in the province until December, but that hasn't stopped Ontario's first snowfall from coming way too early this year. 

It appears the forecasted warm weather of 2020 has already bitten the dust for some parts of the province.

Thunder Bay residents woke up to a heaping helping of the white stuff on Sunday, and it was no joke.

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It looks like Christmas came early to some parts of the province this year. 

Thunder Bay residents reported that the region's first official snowfall began at approximately 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

All locals could do was hope that Sunday's sunshine would melt the evidence of the early winter.

Environment Canada reports that Thunder Bay could face more snow this week with a chance for flurries on Saturday.

Overall, Thunder Bay received around 10 centimeters of snow by Sunday morning.