Layer up and bust out your gloves. Ontario's weather forecast is predicting another wintry mess this weekend. 

According to The Weather Network, freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall will sweep into the province by early Friday, ruining any hope for a mild long weekend.

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Environment Canada has issued snow squall warnings for the City of Hamilton and Halton-Peel area on February 12, warning of blowing snow. 

"If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop," Environment Canada warns.

Localized snow reaching up to 23 centimetres is expected in some parts of the province throughout the weekend. 

In fact, TWN reported that parts of Hamilton have already recorded that amount of snow by 10 a.m. on Friday. 

However, most of the GTA is expected to only see around 10 centimetres through Sunday morning. 

The brutal winter conditions will also include freezing temperatures, with parts of Ontario forecasting daytime wind chill values of -20 C.

A winter storm is set to dump up to 30 centimetres of snow on to some parts of B.C. this weekend.

Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for B.C. Peace River, Highway 97 Pine Pass, McGregor and Williston.

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