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Today might be the last hot day of the year before the colder temperatures officially set in.
And the evening will feel a little chillier, dropping to 20°C.
But after Wednesday night, the weather already begins to dip starting on Thursday with a high of 17°C.
As for Saturday and Sunday, temperatures are expected to plummet to the lower digits, feeling the coldest it has been the entire month.
Saturday is expected to feel like 15°C, and Sunday, to end off the week, is expected to feel about 14°C.
For the most part, this month the GTA and Toronto have felt fall-like temperatures, and according to The Weather Network, it’s expected to last much longer this year before winter hits.
In their fall and winter weather forecast, TWN expects a longer fall season for Ontario, well into November.
So enjoy what looks to be the final hot day before you need to pull out your long sleeves and hoodies, because it looks like we’re in for a long fall.