Toronto expected to feel 25°C warmer by this Sunday

Dec 14 2017, 5:30 pm

It looks like Toronto isn’t going to need it’s parkas after all this weekend, as the temperature is going to thankfully head back to the positives over the coming days.

This news couldn’t come at a better time, especially following the Nathan Phillips Square holiday market closing on Wednesday due to the extreme cold weather, in addition to Environment Canada announcing that it feels like -24 in Toronto Thursday morning.

And now, Environment Canada is showing that the temperature has already gradually begun to warm up and will reach 2°C by Sunday afternoon with a 30% chance of flurries.

This is nearly a 20°C swing in what it felt like outside this morning.

temperature swing

Environment Canada

But if one thing’s for certain, Mother Nature is very unpredictable, especially during winter, so don’t expect the warmer temperatures to last for long.

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