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The wet and cold conditions we've started this month with are just glimpse of how the next little will be. 

If you weren't ready for winter-like conditions just yet, Meteorologists are telling you to prepare yourself and pull out your lighter winter gear.

Drew Lerner with World Weather Incorporated said the rain and snow that's moving over the southern portion of the province this week will throw a wrench in the works for quite a few residents, including farmers. 

"Waves of rain and snow will occur across the region as we go forward through these next few days, temperatures will continue to be way below average," explained Lerner. "To the south we'll see progressively greater amounts of precipitation, the frequency will be fairly high, travel conditions will deteriorate, there will be some stress for livestock and of course, we'll have some further delays in farming activity."

According to Lerner the soft snowfall that began the day on Tuesday was just the beginning. 

"The snow that occurs (Tuesday) should be fairly light, but tomorrow the situation will be a bit more significant. after that, we'll have a short-term break in the precipitation, but we certainly aren't done with it. There will be another wave of precipitation coming into the region, this one will begin on Thursday night and continue on Friday morning."

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