For all of you dreading the fall weather, it’s about to get a little warm in the city. Temperatures for Toronto are expected to feel almost 20°C today.
Reminiscent of early October weather, The Weather Network expects temperatures to climb starting on Wednesday.
Although the morning was off to a slightly brisk start, temperatures are expected to gradually increase by 1 pm to the 18°C mark, feeling more like 17°C.
It is expected to last well into the evening before dropping back down to 15°C, feeling more towards 14°C.
This seems to be a pattern we should expect throughout November, according to The Weather Network.
“This delay in the arrival of the consistent cold weather will make for quite a contrast to the past two Novembers we’ve had,” said Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
These temperatures are expected to last right into the weekend and next week as Gillham believes certain areas will reach the twenties within the next few days.
Despite a slight drop on Thursday, temperatures are expected to jump back up on Friday to 18°C, feeling like 19°C on Saturday and into Sunday, before heading to 20°C on Monday.
And according to The Weather Network, there are no extended periods of cold weather insight as above seasonal temperatures may dominate the entire month of November.