Toronto temperatures are going to swing by more than 20 C this week
From spring-like highs to bone-chilling lows, weather in Toronto this winter has been both unpredictable and unseasonable.
After a mild Family Day weekend, Toronto is once again expected to experience sub-zero temperatures and a considerable dump of snow over the next few days.
Environment Canada has already issued an official winter storm watch for Toronto on Tuesday morning, with a storm expected late Wednesday into Thursday.
On Wednesday, Toronto is expected to see a high of -1 C, a nighttime low of -5 C, and anywhere from 10 to 15 cm of snow, according to The Weather Network.
On Thursday, freezing rain is expected to replace the scattered flurries, with a high of -2 C and a low of -12 C.
The weather is expected to really freeze up on Friday, where we'll see a high of -7 C, and a nighttime low of -16. The sub-zero temperatures will perhaps be more bearable at the start of the weekend, where flurries are expected to stop temporarily.
Saturday's high of -5 C and low of -6 C will provide a slight relief from Friday's frigid temperatures, although the spike in temperatures will be accompanied by more scattered flurries.
On Sunday, The Weather Network is predicting more scattered flurries with high of 1 C and a nighttime low of -9 C.
On Monday, temperatures are expected to finally climb to the comfortable range we've experienced as of late, with a high of 2 C and a low of 1 C.
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