After the coldest November 22 on record, it appears the weather will be milder over the next week, but sadly the sun will be leaving us.
According to Environment Canada, Toronto will be experiencing fall-like weather, with rain in the forecast on and off for the seven days straight.
While the weekend will see milder temperatures around 7°C, as we head into the new week, the clouds will continue to hover over Toronto, but there will be flurries instead of rain.
And with that, temperatures will see a dip back to 1°C by next Thursday.
So while it is still cold today, be sure to step outside and enjoy the sunshine.
It’s about to get Vancouver-like up in here.
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