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This Is What Victoria Day Weekend Weather Will Be Like In Toronto

Does anyone else feel like summer weather is taking forever to get here? We're already partway through May and yet I still haven't put away my winter coat. 

It often feels like Victoria Day weekend marks the official beginning of summer. But don't get your hopes up for beach-ready weather just yet.

As of May 11th, Accuweather is reporting cloudy skies for the entire weekend. Saturday and Sunday will be relatively warm with a high of 18°C on both days. Friday will be a bit cooler with a high of 15°C. 

Looks like it's not time to pull out my bathing suit just yet..

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