Toronto just broke another 45 year temperature record

Nov 10 2020, 7:36 pm

For the second week in a row, Toronto has broken a daily high-temperature record for the month of November.

According to Environment Canada, Tuesday’s high is 24°C with a humidex of 27°C, this blows the previous record of 17.8°C from 1975 out of the water.

The average high this time of year is 8.2°C.

Environment Canada

Moving into the rest of the week, you may be left reminiscing as average November temperatures return from Thursday onward.

Saturday brings us back to reality with a daily high of 6°C and a low of 3°C with a 30% chance of showers.

Sunday and Monday are predicted to continue that trend respective daily highs of 9°C and 7°C.

Environment Canada

So be sure to enjoy the sunshine before clouds and windy conditions set the tone for the Monday blues.

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