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Toronto will get warm weather long into fall

If you haven't busted out your winter clothes just yet, you can probably procrastinate for a little while longer because meteorologists predict that we're going to have a warm beginning to fall.

An Environment Canada meteorologist tells Metro that October and November look like they're going to be warmer than usual, with temperatures hitting 18 or 19 C during the first week of October (or next week).

This is great news if you're planning to go apple picking, hiking or on a day trip within the next few weeks. However, don't get too excited because we still might see some snowfall in November. But before you worry about that, enjoy our extended summer.

Photo by Gerardo Rico via the blogTO Flickr pool.


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