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Toronto Is Set To Be Covered In Snow By The Time You Wake Up Tomorrow

Toronto's weather is looking really bizarre this week. 🌨☀️

Just when you thought you could put your winter coat away for the season, Toronto's weather is about to let you down.

According to The Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham, approximately 5 to 8 centimetres of snow will likely accumulate overnight on Tuesday between Toronto and Burlington, which means you could wake up to a fresh blanket of snow on Wednesday morning. 

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Conditions will reach their worst point Tuesday evening and travel could be impacted, reports The Weather Network — up to 10 centimetres will fall in the Hamilton region, and up to 15 in Niagara.

However, warm and sunny days are expected to make a quick return with a high of 15 C on Friday and Saturday in Toronto.

Tuesday's snowfall is part of a winter-like storm in Ontario, and some regions could get up to 35 centimetres of snow. 

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