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The storm that hit the province this weekend isn't over just yet. Ontario's weather forecast is going to bring even more brutal conditions throughout the week. 

According to The Weather Network, chilly air and strong winds will help heavy snow sweep across parts of southern Ontario by Tuesday.

Strong wind gusts will be blasting across the province and will reach up to 70 kilometres an hour. 

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Drivers are already being warned about deteriorating travel conditions.

"Travel may be difficult over some of the traditional Snowbelt regions, with up to 20 cm of snow possible through the day on Tuesday," reads The Weather Network. 

Even the GTA won't be able to escape the onslaught of flurries, with significant accumulation expected at times.

Temperatures are also supposed to remain below seasonal across the area.

Thankfully, we won't be stuck in frosty misery for too long as conditions are supposed to improve by the end of the week.

Daytime highs will creep back up by the end of the workweek creating a more much bearable atmosphere. 

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