Time to slap on the sunscreen.
Toronto's forecast calls for summer-like weather this week as temperatures float into the mid-20s for the first time since October.
According to The Weather Network, Toronto Pearson International Airport finally hit 20-degrees on Tuesday, ending the city's third-longest delay in warmth.
The last time the 6ix recorded this temperature was on October 19, 2021. So, it's been over half a year since residents have gone comfortably sweaterless.
For once, the good weather will come in spades, with even hotter temperatures due to hit Toronto on Friday.
The combination of sunshine and mild conditions is expected to make things feel close to 30 degrees during the day, so you won't want to be caught walking around in a spring jacket, or, more importantly, without sunscreen.
TWN is warning residents that the clearer skies will bring a high UV index across Ontario, which means you'll want to lather up before heading outside.
Of course, nothing good ever lasts long, with meteorologists already pointing to a pattern shift that could send the province back into the mid-teens early next week.
"As the warm high pressure exits stage right, a rainy system is brewing in behind, with potential to bring back rainfall and below seasonal temperatures across the Greater Toronto Area," Rachel Modestino, TWN meteorologist, said.