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Strong southerly winds will bring much milder temperatures into southern Ontario for Monday, but they come at a rainy price. Widespread rain showers will leave you struggling to hold onto your umbrella amid gusty winds. And the warm-up will be a brief one as a cold front cuts through on Tuesday, bringing a return to snow and a temperature slide that will leave most of the province below freezing by the end of the week. We take a look at who has the best shot for showers, and how cold it gets this week, below.
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After a mild start to the week in southern Ontario , a shot of arctic air is set to deliver blustery winds Gusty winds continue through the day, which will make conditions feel even more miserable. Milder , but still below seasonal temperatures return for Thursday, ahead of a developing weather system
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Time to prepare for the season ahead! The Weather Network's Winter Forecast launches Monday, November 18.
- Strong southerly winds bring milder temperatures, showers on Monday
- Temperature slide begins Tuesday, highs near freezing by late week
- Several shots of snow in the forecast, including prolonged lake-effect
- Colder-than-average temperatures dominate first weeks of November
- Stay up-to-date on the in your area
WATCH BELOW: TRACKING RAIN AND SNOW ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO
GUSTY WINDS BRING RAIN, BRIEF WARM-UP
A warm front climbing north through the province on Monday will leave many reaching for the umbrella -- and then struggling to hold onto it. This system will bring two rounds of rain showers to southern and central Ontario on Monday, with the day starting out soggy for many before another round of rain moves in Monday night.
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Sandwiched in between generally mild temperatures today and Sunday will be a sharp cold snap that will impact the area between Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service is forecasting the coldest air of the young meteorological winter season, with high temperatures on Thursday and
Accumulations will be generally light, up to 20 mm where showers are enhanced by Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. Most of the snow associated with this system will be confined to northeastern Ontario, with up to 10 cm possible east of Lake Superior.
The more significant impact from Monday's system will come in the form of gusty south winds. Peak gusts are likely to exceed 60 km/h at times, especially along the lake shores.
That strong southerly flow will give temperatures a boost, however, with highs climbing back into the double-digits across most of southern Ontario.
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Don't get used to the milder temperatures, though. The systems cold front will bring snow back into the picture for the higher terrain of southern Ontario's snow belts by Tuesday morning as the lake-effect snow machine grinds back into gear.
Prairies: Wintry cold snap, hefty helping of snow on the way
Mid-winter temperatures are about to take hold on the PrairiesRepeated cold fronts trailing down over the western Prairies will bring several bursts of snow to the region through the week ahead. The very dry, Arctic air increasingly in place over the region means accumulations will be pretty limited for most, with one big exception -- western Alberta.
WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS Cold temperatures on Sunday ahead of next system Several systems set to move through next week , starting Monday While afternoon highs start to rebound slightly on Sunday, gusty winds will keep wind chill
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A weak clipper system is expected to track across southern Ontario on Wednesday, bringing the chance for a mix of rain and snow back into the picture -- including for across the GTA. Only very minor accumulations are likely with this moisture-starved system, but it may bring the first taste of snow for many in the region.
TEMPERATURE SLIDE CONTINUES, FROSTY LATE-WEEK HIGHS
Later on in the week, temperatures will continue to plummet further with daytime highs barely climbing above freezing, and wind chill values feeling several degrees below. "A blast of Arctic air will take aim at the Great Lakes region late this week," says The Weather Network's Dr. Doug Gillham.
"Another cold front will cross the region on Sunday with a period of snow showers followed by the coldest air of the season thus far, with bands of lake effect snow squalls." Gillham also cautions to expect a very cold start to next week, and colder than seasonal temperatures dominating into the third week of November.
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The traditional snowbelt region will be slammed with more lake-effect snow through Wednesday as much of southern Ontario plunges into a deep freezeSevere weather warnings: Stay up-to-date, HERE