Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Toronto.
According to the statement, there will be “strong northwesterly winds today.”
So expect a cold morning.
“Chilly northwesterly winds have begun to strengthen early this morning. Gusts of 70 to 80 km/h are expected by late this morning or this afternoon across the area. Strong winds will continue into the evening before gradually easing,” reads the statement.
“These strong winds will toss loose objects and may cause some tree branches to break. Isolated power outages are also possible.”
There is also a 30% chance of rain showers changing to 30% chance of flurries this afternoon, according to Environment Canada.
The high for Friday is expected to reach 7°C. By tonight, it will dip to almost freezing level and will be 1°C.
This weekend, expect more showers with the high soaring to 18°C by Sunday.
Looking ahead, it is clearly spring with all the expected showers in Toronto.