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Toronto weather: Friday, April 8, 2016

Make sure to bundle up as you head out the door, because winter-like winds will make for a chilly morning commute.

Daytime highs are not expected to rise above the freezing mark this weekend

There's a risk of some flurries early this morning and then there will be a mix of sun and cloud for the rest of your day with a high of 4 C. (David Donnelly/CBC)

Good morning and happy Friday!

Make sure to bundle up as you head out the door, because winter-like winds will make for a chilly morning commute.

As of 5:30 a.m. it was –2 C in Toronto, but felt like –9 with the wind chill. There's a risk of some flurries early this morning and then it will be a mix of sun and cloud for the rest of your day with a high of 4 C.

More clouds will roll in this evening as the Blue Jays take on the Red Sox in their home opener at the Rogers Centre.

If you're headed to the game you'll definitely still need a jacket before you get inside the dome, which is sure to be closed as an overnight low of –9 C is in the forecast.

Winter-like weekend ahead

Sorry Toronto — the daytime high for your Saturday won't even rise above the freezing mark. Skies will clear off so there will be some sun tomorrow but temperatures are only expected to reach –1 C in the city.

Sunday isn't looking much better. The daytime high is supposed to tick up a degree to 0 C but there's a 40 per cent chance of flurries.

The warm-up might finally arrive on Monday with some rain. A high of 13 C is in the forecast for the start of your work week.

It looked warm enough inside Rogers Centre on Thursdays when the Jays held their batting practice, but the weather for the team's home opening weekend was expected to be chilly. (Simon Dingley/CBC)

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