The mercury is about to be cranked around Toronto — with Environment Canada predicting some hot summer-like weather.
According to the weather agency, the temperature could hit 31°C next Tuesday.
We will have to make it through a possibly wet day or two before this summer-like weather shows up.
Friday’s forecast calls for “showers ending in the morning then mainly cloudy with 30% chance of showers late in the morning and early afternoon then 70% chance of showers late in the afternoon.”
There’s also a risk of a thunderstorm late in the afternoon. And the humidex could make it feel like 27°C in some areas.
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This forecast has the possibility to be record-breaking.
The current temperature record for May 31 is 31.1°C — which was set back in 1944.
The average high temperature at this time of year is about 20°C.
If you’re looking to escape the city — beaches around the region officially opened this month.