Toronto’s Weather Forecast: Brisk Winds and a Glimpse of Spring Ahead

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TORONTO – NetNewsLedger Weather Desk – Toronto greets the day with a chilly -7°C under mainly clear skies, a brisk reminder of winter’s hold. The barometer, indicating 102.5 kPa and rising, suggests a slight change in the weather pattern.

With humidity at 59% and winds from the west at 28 km/h, gusting up to 46 km/h, the city experiences a wind chill factor that brings the felt temperature down to a biting -16°C.

Today’s Weather: A Transition to Clearer Skies

The city will see a few flurries dissipating early in the morning, leading to mainly cloudy conditions with a 40 percent chance of further flurries. However, the skies are set to clear by the afternoon, offering a break from the snowy start.

Local blowing snow in the early hours will gradually subside as the wind continues from the west at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h. Despite the cold start, the temperature is expected to rise to a high of -1°C, with the wind chill easing to -6°C by the afternoon. The UV index remains low at 2, suggesting minimal sun exposure risk.

Into the Night: A Slight Chill in the Air

Tonight, Toronto will experience partly cloudy skies, with winds calming to 15 km/h. Temperatures are forecasted to drop to -4°C, with a wind chill effect making it feel closer to -8°C.

Looking Forward: A Taste of Spring

Friday promises a sunny start, with temperatures set to climb significantly. The day will begin sunny, with clouds gathering late in the afternoon.

A southward wind shift at 20 km/h in the morning will accompany a high of 8°C, although the morning will still feel chilly with a wind chill of -8°C. The night will bring cloudy skies with a low of +3°C.

The weekend outlook continues the mild trend, with Saturday and Sunday both forecasting cloudy conditions. Saturday holds a 30 percent chance of showers with a high of 10°C, while Sunday remains cloudy throughout, maintaining the high at 10°C.

Nighttime temperatures will remain above freezing, indicating a significant shift towards spring-like weather.

Wardrobe Recommendations:

For today’s variable conditions, dressing in layers will offer flexibility and comfort. A wind-resistant outer layer is crucial for the morning’s blustery start.

As temperatures rise, lighter layers can be adjusted accordingly. Sunglasses may become a necessity as the day brightens.

Weather Trivia:

Toronto, known for its unpredictable spring weather, can experience rapid temperature fluctuations during this transition season. It’s not uncommon for the city to bask in double-digit temperatures only to be followed by a snowfall, showcasing the diverse climatic conditions of the region.

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