You might not want to put away your winter jackets just yet. Toronto's weather forecast just shattered records for unseasonably cold temperatures this month. According to Environment Canada, this May 12 was the coldest in recorded history.\nIf you thought it was chilly when you stepped outside this morning, you were right.\nOn Tuesday morning, a record-breaking -3 C was recorded at Toronto Pearson Airport.\nThe last time that Torontonians have felt temperatures this cold on May 12 was during the Great Depression back in 1939 when Environment Canada recorded a frigid -2.2 C.\nHowever, it wasn't just record-breaking cold that residents were dealing with this morning.\nEnvironment Canada has also issued a Frost Advisory for much of southern Ontario. A cold air mass has settled into the region and will persist into the week.\nWhile temperatures started off in the negatives this morning, currently, it is 4 C in Toronto with a forecasted high of 8 C.\nThese unseasonable temperatures aren't just bad luck. The Weather Network warned that a polar vortex is sweeping through the province.\nThis vortex is bringing record-breaking snow and glacial temperatures throughout Ontario.\n🥇Today's ~6am low of -3.8°C is the lowest temperature Toronto-Pearson has recorded on May 12th since records began in 1938. #TOWx pic.twitter.com/fNGf1AB6lX— Toronto Weather Records🌷 (@YYZ_Weather) May 12, 2020\nLuckily, Torontonians are expected to feel some sunshine in the upcoming days.\nTemperatures are expected to get closer to the 20s by the weekend, according to The Weather Network.\nEnvironment Canada\nWednesday will be the last night of the week where temperatures stay around 0 C. By Friday, temperatures will be around 18 C, with temperatures floating around 20 C well into next week.\nAlthough, it won't be all sunshine as some rain is being predicted this weekend.\nThe rest of spring is looking up. The Weather Network predicts that "temperatures will be noticeably warmer than the previous two springs."