May 31, 2024 – Toronto Weather a Day with Friday Smiles and Sunny Skies

Toronto CN Tower reflection
Not to be missed, the CN Tower.

Current Conditions in Toronto

As of 5:00 AM EDT on Friday, May 31, 2024, Toronto is waking up to mainly clear skies. The temperature is a cool 10°C, observed at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The barometric pressure is 102.3 kPa and rising, indicating stable weather conditions. The dew point is at 2.6°C, and the humidity level stands at 61%, making for a refreshing start to the day. Winds are coming from the north-northwest at 12 km/h, and visibility is excellent at 24 km.

Today’s Forecast: Friday, May 31, 2024

Toronto is set for a sunny day with temperatures climbing to a high of 25°C. The UV index is 7, which is considered high, so wearing sunscreen and protective clothing is advisable. Tonight, the skies will remain clear, with temperatures dropping to a low of 12°C.

Wardrobe Suggestions: With the day starting cool and warming up significantly, layering is key. A light jacket for the morning and cooler evening, with comfortable summer wear like shorts and a t-shirt for the afternoon, will keep you comfortable. Don’t forget your sunglasses and sunscreen.

Tomorrow’s Forecast: Saturday, June 1, 2024

Expect mainly sunny conditions throughout Saturday with a high of 24°C. Clouds will start to gather late in the afternoon, leading to a likelihood of showers in the evening. The temperature at night will be around 14°C. The UV index will be low at 1 during the day.

Wardrobe Suggestions: Another day for light summer clothing, but keep an umbrella or a light rain jacket handy for the evening showers. It would be a good idea to have a warmer layer available for the cooler night temperatures.

Historical Weather Trivia

On this day in Toronto’s weather history, the highest recorded temperature was 33.1°C in 1944, and the lowest was a chilly 1.1°C in 1962. This highlights the variability in late spring weather in the region, ranging from unseasonably warm to quite cold.

Weather Trivia

Did you know that Toronto’s highest recorded temperature for May 31 was a sweltering 33.1°C in 1944? Such extreme temperatures in late spring are rare but remind us of the city’s dynamic weather patterns.

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