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It looks like southern Ontario's forecast is warming up to spring-like temperatures next week.

Cities in the GTA and southwestern Ontario will see daytime highs surge into the double digits next week, according to The Weather Network.

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In both Toronto and London, temperatures are expected to hit 12 C on Wednesday, March 10.

"Tuesday and Wednesday [in Toronto] will feel more like early April," said Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

"If we hold onto the sunshine and we can avoid having the wind blow off of Lake Ontario, we will see widespread double-digit temperatures," he said.

In Windsor, temperatures are set to climb to 14 C next Thursday.

Until then, the next several days are looking chilly and bright. In Toronto, sunshine and a high of 0 is expected on Friday and Sunday, and -2 C on Saturday.

The Weather Network's spring forecast for Ontario predicts a warmer season than the province has experienced in recent years, mixed in with some bursts of frosty weather. 

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