If you need something to smile about this Monday morning, today is the first day of spring and the Toronto weather forecast is finally showing warmer and sunnier days ahead.
According to The Weather Network’s current 14-day forecast, Toronto can look forward to a pleasant stretch of mild temperatures and clear skies.
A high of 11°C is expected this Thursday, March 23rd. After a brief cooldown, temperatures will climb back up again to 7°C from Wednesday, March 29th to Sunday, April 2nd.
There will also be periods of sunshine, but as one would expect in Toronto during the springtime, there are also some showers in the forecast.
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As for what the rest of the season has in store, Environment Canada recently told Curiocity that spring weather and precipitation will likely be near-normal for southern Ontario.
However, The Weather Network was not as optimistic with their predictions for our province.
According to The Weather Network’s forecast, “most Canadians will need to be patient as we wait for consistent warm weather” this season.
For Ontario, March and April will bring “several bouts of winter weather with periods of colder than normal temperatures and messy winter storms,” says The Weather Network.
However, there’s hope on the horizon — Ontario may finish strong with “warmer and drier weather” towards the end of spring.
The Toronto weather forecast may look promising for the next two weeks, but only time will tell what Mother Nature has in store for us next!
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