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Torontonians all in favour of the Mild Weather

March 10, 2010 — The Weather Network's Kelly Noseworthy hit the streets to find out what Torontonians think about this spring-like weather.

For two days in a row, Toronto was recorded as the hot spot of the country. And the double digit highs likely had a hand in it.

The hot spot for today was Windsor. They city hit a high just over 14 degrees, making it the warmest place in the country. North Bay, Chapleau, Geraldton, and Sudbury all set new record highs today as well.

The sunshine and clear skies have given residents any excuse to get out and enjoy it.

“I'm loving it”, says one Torontonian. “I am able to come outside because we're at our desks all day so I love it when we can come outside and just take a walk and take a breather from the day to day stuff.”

And that was the general consensus from residents that reporter Kelly Noseworthy caught up with.

But there had to be one person in the group who had some mixed feelings about the early arrival of spring.

“Um I like it, I like it a lot, but I feel it's kind of strange though. I don't really like seeing weather this warm around this time of year because it's not really natural I find, but who knows? It's nice to enjoy.”

Although this resident was the only one questioning the warmer weather, he actually nailed it right on the head.

“These mild conditions are a bit unusual,” says The Weather Network's meteorologist Mark Robinson. “We're seeing above seasonal temperatures and things are definitely warmer than it usually is at this time of year.”

Unusual or not, most people are taking full advantage of the mild conditions while they can. Especially since some unsettled weather is expected for the rest of the week.

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