Today in Toronto, United States
Mostly cloudy with showers likely this afternoon. Thunder is possible. High 21C. Winds SE at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 70%.
Occasional rain. Thunder possible. Low 13C. Winds SSE at 15 to 25 km/h. Chance of rain 100%.
This weather data was last updated 2017-03-26 05:22:18.
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The city of Toronto is the largest in the country of Canada and it is located in the south of the province of Ontario. The climate in Toronto is humid continental with summers which are warm and humid and winters which in some cases can be very cold. There are big differences between the midday temperatures and the nighttime temperatures. That is especially true during the winter months. There are four seasons that can be observed in the city of Toronto. The summers tend to be pleasant while the winters are rather long and cool. Cold snaps are part of Toronto weather so if you visit during the winter months you are likely to find wind chill influenced temperatures below -10 degrees Celsius (14 Fahrenheit).
Summers Can Be Hot
If you are expecting to find cool summers compared to other cities you will find that Toronto is full of surprises. The hottest month of the year is July when the Toronto weather gives you an average high temperature of 26.4 Celsius (79.5 Fahrenheit). Of course those temperatures can be much higher when you factor in humidity. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the city of Toronto is 40.6 Celsius (105.1 Fahrenheit). You should stay updated with Toronto Weather.Net as the temperature can go up at any time. You can see hot temperatures sometimes even spike as late as September but by the end of August usually hot temperatures are rare. Heat waves are a possibility in the city of Toronto.
Any time you visit Canada during the winter you would expect a lot of snow and Toronto is no exception. The Great Lakes are not that far and that can mean that cooler winds can make the temperatures feel even colder. In Toronto weather you can see snow as early as October and as late as April though May snow is not unheard of. The average snow accumulation for the city of Toronto each year is 133.1 centimeters (52.4 inches). Needless to say if you are visiting in the winter, check www.torontoweather.net for any flight delays and road closings. The snowiest month of the year is January which has an average of 12 snowy days and 38.2 centimeters (15.4 inches) of snow each year.
Cool Winter Temperatures
Besides the snow the winter temperatures are something that people think about when they think of Toronto weather. The temperature daily average is freezing from December through February with the coolest month being January at an average low temperature of -7.3 Celsius (18.9 Fahrenheit). In the past, those temperatures have reached marks which are way below that. The lowest temperature ever recorded in the city of Toronto -32.8 Celsius (-27 Fahrenheit). That is why we at Toronto Weather.Net always advise people to bundle up during the winter and sometimes at night even during the summer. Freezing temperatures have been felt in the past as late as the month of June which has a record low temperature of -2.2 degrees Celsius (28 Fahrenheit).
Precipitation in the city of Toronto is well distributed throughout the year though August and September sees a spike in the precipitation numbers. January average more precipitation days than any other month but the amount of precipitation is lower than what you would see during August and September. Throughout the year, the city of Toronto will get 834 millimeters (32.835 inches) of precipitation. Any month that you visit Toronto you are likely to have some rain as the month with the lowest amount of days of precipitation is July which only has 10.3 days. The rain which the city of Toronto sees comes from both the Great Lakes and the Atlantic Ocean so check the weather forecast by visiting www.torontoweather.net before you visit Toronto.
Best Time To Visit
Visitors love Toronto no matter when they visit. That is true even of the winter months. After all, Toronto is ready for snow because the city always gets a lot of it. But if we are going to discuss the best time to visit that would have to be the summer. The summer months can in some cases get hot and humid but it is nothing that light clothing cannot take care of. At night the temperatures in Toronto drop to a very comfortable temperature no matter when in the summer you decide to visit. There are many things to see in the city of Toronto and its surroundings so the summer gives you a better chance to do just that.
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