As all of southern Ontario remains under an extreme cold warning today, one thing remains on everyone’s mind: When is the bone-chilling weather going to come to an end?
While freezing temperatures remain on the forecast for today, we’ll thankfully be able to feel our fingers and toes again in a few days.
- All of Southern Ontario is under an extreme cold weather warning this morning
- Ottawa was the coldest national capital in the world over the weekend
- TTC affected as Toronto remains under an extreme cold weather warning
According to Environment Canada, with the windchill in effect, it currently feels like -31°C in the city. Which is what makes it so remarkable that Environment Canada is also predicting a high of 3°C for this Wednesday, January 23.
Between now and waking up in fewer than 48 hours, the city is looking at a potential 28°C temperature swing.
And with -20°C forecasted for tonight and snow expected for tomorrow, this news really couldn’t come at a better time.
But in the meantime, make sure to bundle up and stay warm.
Better days are coming, Toronto.