Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto, ahead of strong winds expected throughout Monday afternoon and evening.
Westerly winds are expected to develop this afternoon and, reportedly, will stick around until the early evening.
A few gusts of 80 km/h may occur, according to Environment Canada, and scattered power outages will be possible.
There’s also a risk that loose objects could be tossed around by the incoming weather.
The winds are expected to diminish later this evening.
Tonight and into Tuesday, temperatures drop well below Monday’s high of 17° — down to 0°C overnight and 5°C throughout the day. Chances of flurries and rain showers linger until late Wednesday, when skies are expected to clear.
The latter half of the week looks brighter, with sun on Thursday and sun and clouds combining on Friday and Saturday.
Temperatures are expected to be 5°C, 7°C, and 9°C respectively.