April 13, 2024: Toronto Detailed Weather Forecast

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TORONTO – WEATHER – Today, Toronto faces a lively weather pattern characterized by light rain and brisk winds as observed early this morning at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. After periods of rain this morning, residents can expect clearer skies but should remain prepared for unpredictable conditions, including potential thunderstorms tonight.

Today’s Weather Overview

Current Conditions

As of 6:00 AM EDT, Toronto is experiencing light rain with an atmospheric pressure of 100.2 kPa, showing a rising tendency. The temperature stands at a chilly 4.1°C, with a dew point of 2.0°C, and high humidity at 86%.

Winds are coming from the west-northwest, reaching speeds of 42 km/h and gusts up to 53 km/h, with visibility extending up to 19 km.

Expected Conditions

Saturday, April 13: After the rain stops this morning, the sky will clear, giving way to northwest winds at 40 km/h with gusts up to 60 km/h. The day’s high is expected to reach 11°C with a moderate UV index of 3.

Tonight, skies will be clear initially, but cloudiness will increase towards midnight, followed by a 60% chance of showers and a possible thunderstorm before morning. The wind will shift to a lighter northwest breeze at 30 km/h, gusting to 50 km/h, with a low near 5°C.

Tomorrow’s Forecast

Sunday, April 14: Showers will conclude around noon, leading to a cloudy day with a 40% chance of more showers and potential morning thunderstorms. Temperatures will warm slightly to a high of 14°C, accompanied by a moderate UV index of 4. The night will see cloudy periods with a 30% chance of showers and a low of 3°C.

Monday, April 15: The new week starts brightly with sunny skies and a pleasant high of 16°C. The evening will remain clear with temperatures dipping to around 4°C.

Wardrobe Recommendations

For today, residents should consider wearing waterproof jackets and sturdy boots to handle the morning rain and gusty winds. Layering is advisable as temperatures may rise to 11°C. For tonight and tomorrow, keep an umbrella handy due to the forecasted showers and potential thunderstorm. Layering remains essential with mild daytime highs and cooler evenings.

Weather Trivia

Did you know? Toronto’s most intense rainfall ever recorded in 24 hours was 121.4 mm on October 15, 1954, during the passage of Hurricane Hazel, which transformed the city’s approach to flood control.

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