Enjoy the summer-like temperatures while you can. According to the Toronto weather forecast for next week, cold and stormy days lie ahead.

The Weather Network says that while temperatures will feel more like July and August this week, southern Ontario will experience a “quick return to rain and snow by early next week.”

It looks like we won’t be spared from the rollercoaster spring season that we’re used to.

The weather outlet reports that a cold front will enter the province on Sunday, causing temperatures to drop below seasonal by early next week.

Showers, thunderstorms, and even snow flurries are likely, especially in higher terrain areas east of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay.

The Toronto weather forecast shows that temps will drop down to just 7°C on Tuesday, April 18th, but will feel closer to 4°C with the stormy conditions.

The colder weather will be accompanied by mixed precipitation including some snow flurries.

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The Weather Network did predict that a surge of warmth from our neighbours to the south would bring a burst of warm temperatures to Ontario before dropping back down again.

The outlet said that an “active storm track” would cause above-normal precipitation in Ontario this month.

And their prediction for spring was that Canadians would need to be patient for warmer temperatures to settle in for good.

So, enjoy the much-needed week of patio weather while it lasts, because we may still have to wait a while until the good weather takes hold for the season.