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Toronto Is Getting Beautiful, Sunny Temps This Weekend & It Will Even Be Nicer Than BC

Here comes the sun! Torontonians will receive a brief break from this week's winter temperatures as warmth and sunshine return to the GTA.

According to The Weather Network, Toronto will see daytime temperatures reach as high as 8 C over the weekend.

The return to unseasonable warmth will make the 6ix the place to be at the end of November. Sorry, not sorry, Vancouverites.

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Vancouver is expected to sit around 7 C this weekend, and according to TWN, northern parts of the province will also be "very wet and very white."

While Toronto will be sunnier than parts of BC, it won't last for very long.  

GTA temperatures will slowly drop back into lower single digits next week, reaching as low as 2 C by Wednesday. 

It's going to be rainy right from the start, and Monday's forecast will be a real soaker. 

So, you might want to try and get outside and enjoy the weather while you still can. 

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