Toronto Weather Update: A Damp and Cloudy Weekend Ahead

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TORONTO – WEATHER – As Toronto approaches the final weekend of the year, the city is enveloped in cloudy skies with intermittent rain, setting a damp and overcast tone for the transition into 2023.

Today’s Weather (Friday): The day in Toronto is characterized by cloudy skies with a 40% chance of drizzle or rain, especially during the morning and early afternoon. As the day progresses, periods of rain are expected to begin. Morning fog patches will gradually dissipate. With a southwest wind at 20 km/h, the temperature will reach a high of 6°C, although the UV index remains low at 1.

Wardrobe Suggestions: A waterproof jacket or umbrella is essential for today’s wet conditions. Layering is advisable, with a medium-weight jacket suitable for the mild temperatures.

Tonight’s Forecast: The rain is expected to taper off late this evening, leading to a cloudy night with a 30% chance of lingering drizzle. Winds will shift from southwest to northwest at 20 km/h, bringing a slight chill as temperatures drop to a low of -1°C.

Weekend Outlook:

  • Saturday, December 30: The day will be predominantly cloudy, with temperatures hovering around plus 1°C. The UV index will remain low.
  • Sunday, December 31: The last day of the year will see cloudy skies with a 40% chance of flurries. The high for the day will be around 0°C.
  • Monday, January 1: Welcoming the new year, Toronto will experience cloudy skies with a high of -1°C.

Nighttime Conditions:

  • Saturday Night: Expect cloudy periods with a low of -2°C.
  • Sunday Night: Cloudy with a 40% chance of flurries and a low of -6°C.
  • Monday Night: The night will be marked by cloudy periods, with temperatures dropping to -4°C.

Weather Trivia: Toronto is known for its diverse climate, experiencing warm, humid summers and cold, snowy winters, often influenced by its proximity to the Great Lakes.

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