What better way than to ring in the month of June with summer-like weather? Toronto is in for a nice wave of hot and sunny weather next week and we could even expect above 30°C temperatures. Here’s what to know.
For the most part, Toronto has had a few days of warm weather in May. And according to The Weather Network, we are sure to end off the month on the same note as temperatures are forecast to remain above the 20°C mark starting this Friday.
Temperatures are expected to gradually increase day by day, with Saturday and Sunday feeling like 22°C and 24°C, respectively.
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As we head into the first half of next week, we begin to see temperatures well into the high 20s with Tuesday sitting at 27°C but feeling like 30°C and Wednesday at 28°C, feeling like 32°C.
And the vibes are still strong as we begin the month of June. Temperatures are expected to reach 27°C and feel like 31°C next Thursday.
But as it tends to happen, all good things must come to an end. We’ll begin to see and feel a drop in temperatures as we head further into next week with our first run-in with rain in days.
Temperatures will begin to drop but remain in the low 20s as the month continues.
And as a friendly reminder, the first day of summer is on June 21st so any early signs of warm weather will get a thumbs up from us. We’re not complaining.
All we know is that next week calls for park days, drinks on the patio, and some much-needed fun in the sun.
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