Toronto Weather: A Mostly Cloudy Start to June with Sunshine and Showers Ahead

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Today’s Weather: June 1, 2024

TORONTO – WEATHER – Toronto is experiencing mostly cloudy conditions this morning with a temperature of 14°C, observed at 7:00 AM at Toronto Pearson International Airport. The dew point is at 7.2°C, resulting in a humidity level of 62%. The wind is coming from the south-southwest at a gentle 4 km/h, and visibility is excellent at 24 kilometers. The barometric pressure is 102.3 kPa and falling, indicating possible changes in weather.

For the rest of the day, expect mainly sunny skies transitioning to increased cloudiness by late afternoon. The high will reach 25°C, with a UV index of 7, which is considered high, so be sure to wear sunscreen if you’re outdoors.

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Tonight’s Forecast

Tonight, the weather will be mainly cloudy with a low of 16°C. The calm conditions will persist, making for a pleasant evening overall.

Tomorrow’s Weather: June 2, 2024

Sunday will start mainly cloudy with a 60% chance of showers. The wind will shift, becoming northwest at 20 km/h with gusts up to 40 km/h by the morning. The high will be 23°C, but with the humidity, it will feel like 27°C (humidex). The UV index will remain high at 6. By night, expect cloudy periods with a low of 13°C.

Historical Weather Data for June 1

Historically, Toronto’s highest temperature recorded on June 1 was 28.3°C in 1948. The lowest recorded temperature was 1.1°C in 1945. The most significant precipitation for this date was 40.6 mm in 1947.

Wardrobe Suggestions

For today, a light jacket or sweater will be suitable in the morning, but as temperatures rise, lighter clothing will be more comfortable. Sunscreen is essential due to the high UV index. Tonight, a light sweater might be handy as temperatures drop. For tomorrow, carry an umbrella and wear waterproof clothing due to the chance of showers. A windbreaker could be useful due to the gusty conditions expected.

Weather Trivia

Did you know that the greatest amount of rainfall recorded in Toronto on June 1 was 40.6 mm in 1947? This record highlights the potential for significant precipitation even as we enter summer.

Stay tuned for more updates and enjoy your weekend in Toronto!

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