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Hotter than Tijuana: Summer-like weather returns to Toronto

File photo of the Toronto skyline.
File photo of the Toronto skyline. Jeremy Cohn / File / Global News

As Toronto starts to settle into the fall season, forecasters say the city will experience summer-like conditions Wednesday.

Environment Canada is forecasting mainly sunny skies and a high of 23 C, which is well above the seasonal norms.

The weather agency said temperatures for this time of year are normally between 6 and 14 C.

By comparison, The Weather Channel is calling for a high of 22 C in Tijuana, Mexico.

However, the warmer weather will be short-lived. Environment Canada is calling for a high of 13 C Thursday with showers in the morning and mainly cloudy conditions.

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