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Toronto Is Going To Be Hotter Than Los Angeles This Week

This unexpected March warmup just keeps on heating up. 🥵

Thanks to an unexpected warmup, Toronto's weather this week is actually looking more tropical than a city famous for its hot climate.

According to The Weather Network's forecast, temperatures will soar to 18 C in Toronto on Thursday with a very good chance of rain.

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Meanwhile, daytime highs will only reach about 13 C on Thursday in Los Angeles, according to the current forecast

Many parts of southern Ontario will enjoy a brief taste of spring weather this week. Daytime highs of 20 C are expected in cities like London and Windsor. 

The Weather Network says that the combination of warmth and humidity may also lead to the first thunderstorm of 2021 in Ontario on Thursday. 

After that, temperatures will take a dive in the province. In Toronto, the high on Saturday will only reach about 3 C, and 5 C on Sunday. 

While Ontario heads back to reality, it seems that southern California will only get warmer as the week goes on. 

The Weather Network did predict that March would give us an early taste of mild weather in its spring 2021 forecast for Ontario.

It also says that while colder periods will occur throughout the spring months, it will be a warmer-than-average spring overall. 

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