We hope you didn’t get used to the above-seasonal temperatures and lack of snow! The last few months have brought very little snow and many above-freezing days, but winter is finally going to make its mark with snow and cold weather coming to Toronto and most of Ontario.

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According to the Weather Network, Thursday will see “winter resurface,” bringing snowfall to most of Ontario, including Toronto and the GTA.

“Snow will track east through the day with snowfall rates picking up for the afternoon and evening, reaching the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) late afternoon,” says The Weather Network.

Accumulations of 5-15 cm are expected for most areas, with 5-10 cm expected in the GTA.

“If the forecast trends on the high end, it will be quite a season slip for the city. The last time Toronto recorded near 10 cm of snowfall was nearly a year ago in March 2023,” added The Weather Network.

“It’s a rather quick system, however, so snowfall will end for the GTA Thursday overnight.”

Areas near Lake Huron and Georgian Bay will get hit the hardest with 15-20 CM of snow incoming.

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Image via The Weather Network

Although temperatures are dropping quite a bit from Thursday – Saturday with lows hitting -7°C in the evening, Monday and Tuesday will sit at above freezing for most of the day, both with highs of 4° C. Saturday could also bring a little more snow, with 1-3 CM reported.

Hopefully you haven’t given up on winter just yet. Enjoy the snow and weather, Toronto!