While parts of Canada from the Prairies to the St. Lawrence River were dealt snow and freezing rain Sunday, Toronto residents enjoyed unseasonably warm, record-breaking weather.

By Sunday afternoon, the temperature in the city climbed up to 18.4 C, breaking a 74-year-old record set on Nov. 11, 1938. On that day, the temperature reached 17.2 C.

According to Environment Canada, normal temperatures for this time of year range between 0 C and 8 C.

Torontonians can expect the mild weather to last through Monday, with temperatures expected to reach 16 C with showers beginning in the afternoon.

The temperature will drop by Tuesday, with an expected high of 3 C and low of -1 C.

By Wednesday temperatures will return to their normal range, with forecasters predicting a high of 6 C and low of -3 C.