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If it suddenly feels like December again, it might be because Ontario's stay-at-home order is back and snow is in the Toronto weather forecast.

The Weather Network predicts that much of Ontario — including Toronto and the GTA — can expect "significant April snow" during the week.

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The Weather Network's forecast says the snow could start Tuesday night into Wednesday, but they don't have an exact estimate on how much snow it could be just yet.

And while it looks more likely for the snow to hit just north of the GTA, they're predicting there's a chance it dips into Toronto and the surrounding area.

Even Ottawa, London and Windsor can expect snow as the cold front sweeps its way across the province mid-week.  

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