Winter weather warnings have been issued across parts of Ontario by Environment Canada.
A number of areas in the province are expected to receive between 10 to 25 centimetres of snow and southern Quebec (20 to 35 centimetres) is also on the radar as winter makes its way across Eastern Canada.
The agency has issued snowfall and snow squall warnings for a number of regions that you can view by clicking winter weather warnings for Ontario.
Winter-like weather has been in the forecast for Toronto and GTA this weekend with the snow making its arrival on Sunday, which was just in time for the 112th annual Santa Claus Parade in the downtown core.
According to Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson, driving conditions are expected to be impacted by the snow in most areas around the GTA and Ontario.
Winter driving conditions require snow tires and drivers should always be making sure that they leave extra time for their commute in the event of storm. Traveling a safe distance between vehicles is also a key a factor when experiencing zero visibility of the roadway.
A special weather statement has been issued for Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, York and Durham regions.