When will this glorious weather run come to an end?
Don't get too comfortable. It isn't time to permanently swap your bulky knits for shorts just yet.
Southern Ontario basked in record-breaking warmth over the weekend. The mercury soared above the typical mid-February high of minus 1 into the double digits. Toronto set a new high Saturday with a reading of 11.9 Celsius at Pearson Airport.
The temperature is expected to stay well above seasonal for the rest of the work week. With a forecasted high of 12 degrees on Wednesday, Toronto could bust another record set in 1981.
But Environment Canada meteorologist Kelly Hobelman warns a return to wintry conditions is just around the corner.
"We have a low pressure system moving in for the weekend," Hobelman tells NEWSTALK 1010. "Behind that low we'll see temperatures drop a bit to give us highs of minus one on Sunday."
Hobelman says there could also be a chance of flurries into the early part of next week.
"Definitely don't pack your winter gear away by any means."