Toronto Spring Conditions Remain, Chance of Afternoon Showers

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TORONTO – WEATHER – Toronto residents, don’t let the current partly cloudy skies fool you! A change is in the air as clouds increase throughout the day. While the chilly temperatures linger with a current reading of 7°C, brace yourselves for a 40 percent chance of showers this afternoon.

For the final day of the PDAC Conference, visitors from around the world will have mild conditions to enjoy the city.

The showers are expected to begin late this afternoon, with a high temperature reaching around 16°C. Be mindful of the UV index, sitting at a moderate level of 3.

As the sun sets, showers should taper off after midnight, leaving behind cloudy skies and a chance of drizzle. The overnight low will settle around 6°C with winds shifting to the north at 20km/h.

Wednesday looks to remain under a blanket of clouds, with a 40 percent chance of drizzle early in the morning. Expect a high of only 8°C as winds continue from the north at 20 km/h. The UV index remains at a moderate 3. Cloudy periods will persist into the night with a low dipping down to plus 2°C.

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