Toronto is about to experience the first below freezing temperatures of the season and with it comes a chance of flurries.
After a milder kick off to fall, Environment Canada is forecasting two nights of below 0°C temperatures in Toronto.
Tuesday night will hover just above freezing levels at 1°C, following a rainy day and a high of 7°C.
Wednesday is expected to be mainly cloudy, clearing early in the afternoon, and reaching a high of 11°C. Night time temperatures will reach 2°C.
By Thursday, showers return and while the high will be 8°C, there’s a chance for flurries that evening. The low is expected to be -3°C.
Another evening of negative temperature follows on Friday night, with a low of -2°C after a sunny day and a high of 6°C.
An early look at Halloween has a mix of sun and clouds with a high of 9°C. And for those safe indoor celebrations, expect a chance of showers that night and 5°C.
Grab those coats, winter is almost here.