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If you were hoping to take a trip to the beach or go camping this weekend, you might want to take a look at Toronto's weather forecast because it's going to be a bumpy one.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), an incoming cold front will create ideal conditions for thunderstorms in the GTA this weekend with dark clouds and torrential rains expected to set in by Saturday evening.

"The GTA is likely to see cloudy skies in the morning, with showers developing in the afternoon, but the better risk of heavier rain with thunderstorms is anticipated to occur in the evening Saturday," TWN reports.

Southwestern regions such as Windsor and Sarnia are predicted to get the worst of the storms with a potential for strong wind gusts and heavy rainfall.

Residents are being reminded to keep an eye out for weather updates, which will predict the arrival of rain and storms.

But don't fret — there are plenty of covered patios and indoor dining to check out in Toronto if you don't want to get soaked on a rainy day.

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