Toronto may have just experienced the warmest October 9 in 69 years, but the recent summer-like weather is going to be short-lived.
Heading into the weekend, don’t expect the shorts and sandal weather to continue, as Toronto is going to be hit with a fall chill by the end of the week.
On Wednesday, the warm, humid conditions will linger in the city, and by mid-afternoon, the temperature is going to reach 26°C and feel more like 33°C with the humidex.
However, by the week’s end, Toronto will see a sharp change into more mid-fall-like weather as a cold front enters into the region, making it feel nearly 25°C colder in just 48 hours.
By Friday, the temperature will hover slightly above double digits, with a high of 11°C expected, which will feel more like 9°C.
It’s going to get even colder in the evening, as The Weather Network is forecasting it will feel closer to 7°C.
But hey, at least it’s not as cold as it has been in Calgary so far this month.