Toronto's weather could break 65-year-old record high tomorrow

Feb 28 2018, 3:01 am

The Weather Network may have forecasted 22 more days of winter, but Toronto is experiencing some serious spring-like weather.

In fact, Toronto is on pace to potentially break a 65-year-old record tomorrow, if today’s above seasonal temperatures continue.

According to Environment Canada, the warmest February 28 occurred in 1954, when temperatures reached a high of 11.1°C in Toronto.

And it just so happens that this February 28, aka tomorrow, the forecast is calling for a high of 11°C, which means Toronto has a chance of breaking the 65-year-old temperature record.

This would mark the second temperature record that Toronto has broken this month, as the city already beat a 24-year-old record on February 20.


Environment Canada

Regardless of the outcome, make the most of this spring-like weather while it lasts.

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