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Toronto's Weather Forecast Is Predicting Snow & Chilly Temperatures

April showers? More like flurries. Toronto's weather forecast is predicting a messy start to the long weekend, and it's going to require some bundling.

According to The Weather Network (TWN), the 6ix will get some snow on Thursday as below-seasonal temperatures sweep through the city.

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In fact, Toronto temperatures will dip as low as -5 C by Thursday evening 

While we won't see a massive accumulation, parts of the city are still expected to see less than 1 centimetre of the white stuff. 

Thankfully, the region's brief return to winter will be short-lived with sunshine and seasonal temperatures expected by Friday.

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