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Toronto's Weather Is About To Get Hotter & It'll Feel Like Summer Came Early

A very warm and sunny start to the week! ☀️

It looks like Toronto's weather isn't cooling down just yet — in fact, it's getting even warmer from here. 

The first few days of this week will be sunny and above-seasonal in the Toronto area and throughout southern Ontario.

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According to The Weather Network, Monday, March 22 will peak at a high of 15 C in Toronto, followed by 12 C on Tuesday, 15 C on Wednesday, and an almost summerlike 17 C on Thursday. 

Sunny and dry conditions will persist until Friday, which will be a full day of spring showers accompanied by 12 C.

The Weather Network also just released its updated spring forecast, which says southern Ontario will enjoy warmer-than-average springtime weather this season.

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