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December is almost here, and with it comes up to 5 cm of snow in Toronto.
While temperatures and the weather outside may look like spring because of the rain, it’s about to freeze up and look like a winter wonderland.
On Tuesday, Toronto can expect up to 5 cm of snow, and Wednesday could see an additional 1 cm, according to The Weather Network.
Snow is expected throughout the day on Tuesday, while Wednesday will be seeing some scattered flurries.
Expect a high of 1°C in Toronto, with a windchill of -3°C on Tuesday, and a high of 2°C by mid week.
It will go up to 4°C by Thursday but will still feel like a chilly 0°C.
Friday will see a mix of sun and clouds, but snow-rain showers are expected by the weekend.
The Weather Network is forecasting some snow almost every day this week.
Monday will be the first day with no snow in the forecast.
So December is here, and along with it, an early taste of that Toronto winter.
Bundle up and be safe, Toronto.