Light Snow and Blustery Conditions in Toronto

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Flurries and Gusts Up to 60 km/h Forecasted

Today’s Weather: Variable Cloudiness with Chances of Flurries

TORONTO, ON – Torontonians are experiencing a chilly -6°C morning with light snow. The day’s forecast includes flurries ending this morning, followed by a mix of sun and cloud. There’s a 40 percent chance of additional flurries later this morning and early in the afternoon, with new flurries expected to begin in the afternoon. Local snow accumulation could reach 2 cm. Winds from the southwest are strong, blowing at 30 km/h and gusting up to 60 km/h. Temperatures will remain steady near -5°C, but the wind chill will make it feel closer to -15. The UV index is low at 1.

Tonight’s Forecast

The evening in Toronto will be partly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of early evening flurries. Winds will continue to be strong from the southwest at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h. The temperature will drop to a low of -14°C, with the wind chill making it feel like -15 in the evening and plummeting to -22 overnight.

Monday’s Outlook

Monday, January 15th, will see a mix of sun and cloud. The southwest wind will persist, blowing at 20 km/h and gusting to 40 km/h. The high for the day is expected to be around -9°C. Wind chill factors will be significant, feeling like -23 in the morning and -16 in the afternoon.

Monday Night

Cloudy conditions will continue into Monday night, with a 30 percent chance of flurries. The night’s low is forecasted to be -11°C.

Wardrobe Suggestions

In these conditions, it’s advisable to wear a warm, insulated jacket, thermal layers, a hat, gloves, and a scarf to protect from the wind chill. Waterproof and insulated boots are also recommended for the snow.


Weather Trivia

Did you know? The greatest single-day snowfall in Toronto was 48.3 cm on December 11, 1944!

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