Toronto Weather Report: Light Rain Persists as Showers Continue

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Current Conditions and Today’s Forecast

As of 7:36 AM EDT on Sunday, June 2, 2024, Toronto is experiencing light rain with a temperature of 16.4°C. The humidity is at 61%, with a dew point of 8.9°C. The wind is blowing from the northeast at a gentle 3 km/h, and the barometric pressure is at 101.6 kPa and falling. Visibility remains clear up to 16 km despite the rain.

Today’s Weather

The forecast for today in Toronto predicts cloudy skies with a few showers ending near noon, followed by a 40 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. The high is expected to reach 20°C. The UV index is 6, indicating high exposure risk, so don’t forget your sunscreen if you’re heading outside.

Tonight’s Weather

Tonight, the weather will remain cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and a low of 16°C. It’s a good idea to keep an umbrella handy if you’re planning to be out and about this evening.

Tomorrow’s Weather

Daytime

On Monday, June 3, 2024, Toronto will be mainly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers. The high will rise to 24°C, but with the humidex, it will feel more like 29°C. The UV index remains high at 6, so sun protection is advisable even with the clouds.

Nighttime

Monday night will see cloudy periods with a low of 17°C.

Historical Weather Data

Historically, the highest temperature recorded on June 2 in Toronto was 33.0°C, while the lowest was 5.0°C. Today’s weather is relatively moderate compared to these extremes.

Wardrobe Suggestions

Given today’s conditions, a waterproof jacket and comfortable shoes are recommended to stay dry during the occasional showers. Layering is also a good idea to adapt to the fluctuating temperatures throughout the day.

Interesting Weather Trivia

Did you know that Toronto’s climate is influenced by its location on the shores of Lake Ontario? This Great Lake moderates temperatures, making Toronto’s climate milder compared to other inland areas of Canada. This effect is particularly noticeable in the spring and fall.

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