Yes, we’re in November and yes, it’s really this warm. Continuing this week’s warm streak, temperatures in Toronto are expected to jump to the twenties this weekend.
According to The Weather Network, parts of the province are about to see a few days of record-breaking warmth never experienced in November before.
Temperatures expected for this weekend are reminiscent of summer which to some may be a great thing.
Starting Friday afternoon, temperatures in the city are expected to reach the 18°C mark, Before seeing a slight drop into the evening hours around 12°C and overnight down to 9°C.
Saturday morning is expected to feel a bit chilly as temperatures will remain around 10°C before seeing a jump.
On Saturday afternoon, temperatures are expected to reach 19°C and will continue into Sunday hovering around 18°C, feeling more like 19°C.
It won’t be until Monday that temperatures will see a slight increase moving into the 20s, feeling more like 21°C in Toronto.
For many local restaurants and their outdoor patios, this weekend might be a little busy.
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On Thursday according to TWN, the last time the month of November saw seven straight days of warmth was back in 1938 when thermostats hit 15°C.