If you thought Toronto's weather forecast last week was bad, we recommend you look away for this one.
Environment Canada has a Snowfall Alert in place for the City of Toronto, and they're predicting we could see up to 25 centimetres of snow between Monday and Tuesday.
Predicted snowfall in Toronto
Environment Canada says Torontonians can expect to see 5 centimetres of snow by Monday afternoon, but up to 20 more centimetres could land between then and Tuesday morning.
There are snowfall alerts in place for much of Southern Ontario — including Ottawa and Barrie — with most places in line for 25 centimetres of snow by Tuesday.
But Niagara, Hamilton, and Dunnville-Caledonia-Haldimand have Winter Storm warnings in effect, and residents should expect 30 centimetres of snow and winds up to 60 km/h in those regions.
Environment Canada is warning Torontonians that travel conditions could deteriorate quickly, and visibility can be "suddenly reduced" in the snow.
"Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become difficult to navigate due to accumulating snow," the weather alert says.