Toronto Weather: Get Set for Mixed Conditions and Thunderstorm Risks

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Current Conditions and Forecast Overview

Toronto – Weather – As of 6:00 AM EDT on Wednesday, June 5, 2024, Toronto Pearson International Airport reports a temperature of 19°C under mostly cloudy skies. The barometric pressure stands at 100.9 kPa and is falling, with a humidity level of 78%. Winds are currently from the east at 7 km/h, providing excellent visibility at 24 km.

Today’s Weather: June 5, 2024

Morning to Afternoon:
Toronto will experience mainly sunny conditions early in the day. However, expect increasing cloudiness as the morning progresses, bringing a 30% chance of showers this afternoon. There is also a risk of thunderstorms later today. Winds will shift to the southeast at 20 km/h by late afternoon. The daytime high is expected to reach 26°C, with a humidex of 31, indicating a significantly warmer feel. The UV index is 7, which is considered high, so ensure adequate sun protection if you are outdoors.

Tonight, the city will see showers with a risk of thunderstorms. The local precipitation amount could range between 10 to 15 mm. Winds will shift from the south at 20 km/h to the west at 20 km/h, gusting up to 40 km/h before morning. The temperature will drop to a low of 19°C.

Tomorrow’s Weather: June 6, 2024

Morning to Afternoon:
Showers will end early in the morning, followed by a mix of sun and cloud. There is a 40% chance of additional showers in the afternoon, along with a continued risk of thunderstorms. Winds will shift to the west at 20 km/h late in the morning. The high will be 24°C with a humidex of 27. The UV index remains high at 6.

The night will be cloudy with a 30% chance of showers, and temperatures will drop to a low of 14°C.

Extended Outlook

Friday, June 7, 2024:
The forecast predicts a cloudy day with a 40% chance of showers. The high will be around 18°C. In the evening, the cloud cover persists with a 30% chance of showers, and the temperature will drop to a low of 11°C.

Historical Weather Trivia

Did you know that the highest recorded temperature on June 5 in Toronto was 32.2°C in 1947? Conversely, the lowest recorded temperature was 3.3°C in 1964.

Wardrobe Suggestions

Given the mixed conditions today and the high humidity, it’s best to dress in light, breathable clothing, and carry an umbrella for the afternoon showers. For the evening, a light jacket or waterproof layer will be beneficial due to the potential thunderstorms and cooler temperatures.


Toronto’s weather over the next couple of days is a mix of sunshine, showers, and thunderstorms. Stay prepared for sudden weather changes, and keep an eye on the sky if you have outdoor plans. Always remember to carry sun protection and an umbrella to stay comfortable.

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