After a record setting day yesterday, Toronto is about to be brought back to a harsh winter reality.
Despite the entire month of February being the warmest in Toronto’s history, March is not yet ready to give up its cold war. And The Weather Network’s forecast for tonight certainly proves that.
Not only will it ‘feel like’ -15°C overnight, but there’s also a 40% chance of flurries. As in snow flurries.
Meanwhile, Environment Canada is predicting nearly identical temperatures Friday night as well, with a low of -13°C and again, a 40% chance of flurries.
Don’t pack up your parka just yet, Toronto. March may have entered like a lamb, but it’s already starting to roar like a lion.