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The First Day Of Spring Is Set To Be Beautiful In Toronto This Weekend

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Spring is arriving in Canada, and Toronto's weather forecast says it's coming in hot.

The first day of spring is this Saturday, March 20, and temperatures in the city are set to hit a sunny high of 9 C, according to The Weather Network.

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Forecasts show a chance of freezing rain and snow on Wednesday night. However, once Toronto gets through its current wintry patch, it's blue skies for quite some time. 

The whole weekend will be warm, The Weather Network says, with highs of 11 C and 12 C on Sunday and Monday, respectively.

Forecasts also show that above seasonal temperatures will persist for the remainder of March in southern Ontario — a strong start to the warmer-than-average spring that the province is set to have this year. 

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