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Toronto’s summer weather has felt like anything but that recently, although a shift in temperatures is expected to bring back the heat later this week.
According to The Weather Network, temperatures are expected to rise up to the high 20s to end off the short week.
Although Tuesday recorded cold temperatures — the coldest since June — Wednesday is almost the same as daytime highs reach 16°C, feeling more like 15°C.
A high of 21°C is expected for Toronto on Wednesday and lingers around 20°C for Thursday, 19°C for Friday before jumping to 21°C on Saturday. Expect sunshine for both Thursday and Friday.
Sunday’s temperatures are expected to reach 26°C, feeling more like summer again at 31°C.
There are chances of rain throughout the week as skies remain gloomy, but it only gets better from here.
“Abundant sunshine and cooler early next week, then a warming trend mid and late next week,” said The Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.
Although we may be looking at some nice fall weather, it looks like it might be a little too early for that. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a few more days of summer.