The Weather Network: A major shift in temperature is heading to Toronto

Jan 24 2018, 1:52 pm

Don’t let the blue skies fool you.

The January-like temperatures we previously experienced are going to return, with some parts of Ontario seeing scattered flurries today as a cold front passes through bringing temperatures closer to -20°C with the wind chill, reports The Weather Network.

“This is another week of our changeable weather pattern before an impressive pattern change evolves next week, setting the stage for part two of winter,” says Weather Network meteorologist Dr. Doug Gillham.

The freezing temperatures throughout Ontario will be replaced with above freezing temperatures, as another weekend warm-up is on the way.

But with that shift in temperature comes another period of rain.

January 24

Environment Canada

In Toronto, we’ll see temperatures reach 3°C by Friday, which will be followed by 6°C and a chance of showers by Saturday.

But as we head into February, Ontario is going to experience another major shift in temperatures as the frigid, arctic weather is going to return.

Environment Canada says that the frigid air will hit the Prairie provinces first and will make its way to Toronto potentially for Ground Hog Day on February 2.

January 24

The Weather Network

According to the Weather Network, this contrast in temperatures could “set the stage for a stormy transition back into winter”.

So as we head into the second month of 2018, be prepared for a roller coaster of temperatures.

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