This weekend marks the first day of spring, and Toronto’s weather looks like it will welcome the change of season with warm temperatures and clear skies.
The sun is expected to be out and shining bright on March 20, the first official day of spring.
According to The Weather Network, sunny skies return on Friday with a “warming trend,” which is expected to last through the weekend and into next week.
While there won’t be any severe cold weather for southern Ontario in the foreseeable future, some areas could see some wintery weather ahead of spring’s arrival Saturday.
Before jumping into the weekend, there isn’t much to worry about for southern Ontario, although there is a chance of some rainy weather on Thursday.
As for Friday’s temperatures, a high of 3°C is expected to feel more like 2°C. Saturday will hop up to 9°C, feeling more like 8°C.
Sunday’s temperatures will see another increase, moving up to 11°C, feeling more like 10°C.
Though temperatures will be a few degrees colder near the shoreline, they will be reminiscent of mid-April on Sunday, according to TWN.
Heading into next week, temperatures are expected to remain around 10°C, with Monday at 12°C and Tuesday to Wednesday keeping steady at 10°C.
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“The temperature outlook for March 24 through to the 31 shows a 90 percent chance of seeing above normal temperatures for that time period,” said Weather Network meteorologist Tyler Hamilton.
Is this weather expected to stay? According to TWN’s 14-day trend, we might see some snowy action around the end of March, but don’t let that discourage you; lasting spring weather is just around the corner.
In the meantime, enjoy this weekend to its fullest!