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It's going to feel like 35 C in Toronto this week

Despite the official start of summer still being weeks away, it's safe to say that you can finally ditch your jackets and swap them for tanks and shorts, as it's expected to feel like 35 C in Toronto this week.

The city's already been gifted with a gorgeous stretch of summer weather this week, and sunny conditions are expected to continue through the weekend. 

Based on the Weather Network's seven-day forecast from Tuesday, temperatures are expected to range between the high twenties to low thirties from Wednesday to Friday. 

According to the weather agency, it's expected to feel like 33 C on Wednesday, with a daytime high of 29 C and a nighttime low of 14 C. 

Temperatures will continue to climb up through Thursday, when it's forecasted to feel like 33 C, with a daytime high of 30 C and a low of 18 C. 

Friday is when things will seriously heat up, when a daytime high of 31 C is expected to actually feel like 35 C. Temperatures will cool off into a more comfortable range in the evening, where we'll see a nighttime low of 18. 

The hot blast of weather will continue to cool off into Saturday and Sunday, where Toronto will see a daytime high of 25 C and 23 C, respectively. 

Unfortunately, the stretch of hot, sunny weather has increased the risk of forest fires in Ontario over the past week, and at least 11 wildfires in the province have already been deemed "extreme" by officials. 

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