After a warm and sunny weekend in Toronto, sunshine is expected to continue throughout the day, but won’t last long.
According to the Weather Network, Monday morning feels like 20°C in the city and that’s expected to go higher by this afternoon.
Mainly sunny skies are in the forecast, along with a high of 25°C, which will feel more like 31°C. By this evening, temperatures will drop as showers move into the region. Expect it to feel like 23°C.
And that temperature will dip even more overnight.
The Weather Network is forecasting a low of 13°C, which will feel more like 11°C.
That means over the course of the day, the “feels like” temperature will be dropping 20°C.
Tuesday is expected to stay on the chilly, as the morning will feel like 11°C and the high will reach 20°C.
After that, there are no highs of 20°C in the forecast for the rest of the week.
Last week, Environment Canada indicated that Ontario could experience a milder fall this year.
According to Gerald Cheng, a Warning Preparedness Meteorologist, a milder fall is expected in the province when looking at various seasonal models.
“From what I’ve seen, I think this is best representative of the signals indicated by the seasonal models. This is the answer I got too,” Cheng told Daily Hive.
“Look forward to it if you like milder temperatures than normal. But it doesn’t mean there won’t be some cold stretches in the upcoming months.”
While it’s no surprise that the weather forecast should change and fluctuate, better take advantage of the milder weather while we have it.