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Southern Ontario Is Getting Slammed With Heaps Of Snow & Wind Gusts Of 80km/hr This Week

It's going to be a messy one.
Toronto Staff Writer

It looks like southern Ontario's forecast is going to be another snowy mess this week.

According to the Weather Network, parts of the province could get 10 centimetres of snow by Thursday thanks to an incoming Colorado low.

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Totals of 2-5 cm are possible south of the 401 and 5-10 cm north of the corridor. The Weather Network 

Areas north of the 401 corridors are expected to get the most amount of accumulation. 

However, most of the GTA will see around 5 centimetres of the white stuff. 

The storm will also bring gusting winds to the areas, with Niagara predicted to see them going at about 80 kilometres an hour. 

The snow won't last long with milder temperatures expected to swoop in and transition everything into rain by Friday. 

However, it won't stay warm for long as Arctic air is expected to return by Saturday. 

Overall, February's forecast is predicting a battle between milder winter weather and frigid Arctic air.

So, let's all cross our fingers for an early spring.

    Patrick John Gilson
    Toronto Staff Writer
    Patrick John Gilson is a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Ontario gas prices and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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