Goodbye, winter! Ontario's weather forecast will have people swapping their parkas for t-shirts this week as parts of the province hit double-digit highs. 

According to the Weather Network, an incoming high-pressure system is set to give the province an early taste of spring over the next few days.

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In fact, the mild temperatures, which will last until Thursday, could create the "warmest three-day stretch" we've seen in months.

Depending on where you live in the province, you can see temperatures reach nearly 20 degrees. 

By Wednesday, Windsor will see highs of 18. Toronto will be slightly cooler with highs forecasted to hit 14. 

Despite the warm temperatures, Ontarians can expect to see some rain starting Wednesday night and lasting into Thursday. 

However, you should enjoy the warmth while it lasts as temperatures are expected to dip by Friday.

TWN reports that rain, ice and snow can all be threats for the province by next week.