Navigating the Mist: Toronto Fog Advisory and Weather Outlook


TORONTO – WEATHER – As Toronto wakes up to a blanket of fog enveloping the city, a fog advisory is firmly in place this early Sunday morning, marking a cautious start to the day for the bustling city. With visibility near zero in some areas, Toronto Pearson International Airport reports a dense fog condition, challenging early risers and travellers alike.

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Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions

As of 6:10 AM EST on Sunday, 3 March 2024, Toronto is under a thick cover of fog with a temperature of 5.2°C, a direct match to the dew point which indicates saturation of the air with moisture, leading to the 100% humidity enveloping the city.

The fog has reduced visibility to a mere 0.8 km, creating a surreal landscape where the familiar becomes hidden. The pressure is on the rise at 102.3 kPa, with a gentle north breeze at 3 km/h barely stirring the air.

Today’s Forecast

Expected Conditions

Today promises to be cloudy with a 30% chance of drizzle this morning, though the dense fog patches that have settled over the city are expected to dissipate as the morning progresses. Winds are set to become easterly at 20 km/h by early afternoon, with temperatures reaching a high of 8°C under a low UV index of 2.

Tonight, the city will see mainly cloudy skies with the potential for fog patches to develop once again in the evening. The wind, remaining easterly at 20 km/h, will become lighter before morning, with temperatures holding steady at a low of plus 4°C.

As we move into Monday, the day will be mainly cloudy with morning fog patches expected to clear, giving way to a high of 15°C under a moderate UV index of 3. The night will bring cloudy periods with a low of 7°C.

Tuesday’s forecast anticipates showers with a high of 15°C. The evening will see cloudy periods and a 60% chance of showers amidst windy conditions, with temperatures dropping slightly to a low of plus 2°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

Given the foggy start and the expected fluctuations in temperature, layering is key. Opt for breathable fabrics that can easily be adjusted as conditions change from foggy and cool in the morning to potentially warmer in the afternoon. Waterproof footwear and a light rain jacket are advisable for the drizzle and showers anticipated over the next few days.

Weather Trivia

Did you know fog is essentially a cloud that touches the ground? Fog forms when the air near the ground cools enough to turn its water vapor into liquid water or ice, creating the thick mist we see. Toronto’s geographical location by Lake Ontario often contributes to the formation of fog, especially when warm, moist air moves over the cold lake surface.

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