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Toronto Is About To Get Its Hottest Weather Streak In November History

Toronto's never seen a November forecast like this before! ☀️

After a sprinkling of snow this weekend, Toronto's weather is now headed into the hottest streak in the history of November.

Talk about a rollercoaster of a weather forecast!

The Weather Network is predicting highs in the 20s for Monday and Tuesday of next week.

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If The Weather Network's 7-day forecast is to be believed, we should be getting sun right through to next Wednesday.

Winter weather? We don't know her.

The streak in warm weather can be attributed, in part, to Super Typhoon Goni, which meteorologists say is warming up the province this week.

Wednesday could see our sunshine streak broken with a few showers and a 70% chance of precipitation.

But until then, we have five straight days of sun! 

Just this weekend, Toronto saw its first mini-blizzard of the season and was briefly covered in snow. We're getting weather whiplash this week.

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