Toronto – Warming Trend Leading Up to a Green Christmas

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Toronto Weather Report – Thursday, December 21

Toronto, gear up for a day of changing skies!

Today: The morning greets you with cloudy skies, but don’t lose hope – a mix of sun and cloud is on its way. The northeast wind at 20 km/h, gusting to 40 km/h, keeps things lively. Expect a high of zero degrees, but with a wind chill of -8°C in the morning, you’ll want to wrap up well. The UV index is low at 1, so sunblock can take a backseat today.

Tonight: The clouds aren’t leaving us just yet, with mainly cloudy skies continuing. The wind from the northeast at 20 km/h will become lighter as the evening progresses. The low drops to -4°C, with a wind chill hovering near -7°C. A cool but not too cold night in the city.

Wardrobe Suggestion: Layer up with a warm jacket and scarf, especially for the chilly morning.

Friday, December 22

A brighter day awaits as the skies clear up, bringing a pleasant high of +1°C. It’s a gentle nudge towards the weekend.

Night: The night sees periods of cloudiness with a steady low of +1°C. A relatively mild December evening, perfect for a stroll around the city’s festive lights.

Looking Ahead to Christmas Day

Dreaming of a white Christmas? This year, it seems like Toronto is set for a ‘green Christmas’ with a surprisingly warm +8°C. A unique twist to our traditional holiday setting!

Wardrobe Suggestion: With milder temperatures, you might opt for a lighter jacket – and don’t forget your festive accessories!

Weather Trivia: Did you know that a ‘green Christmas’ is a term used when there’s no snow on the ground on Christmas Day? Quite a contrast to the typical Canadian winters!

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