Currently in Toronto — November 14th, 2022
The weather, currently.
A very cold start to a new week! After a stretch of warm days, cold Arctic winds have started to flood into the Lower Great Lakes. It has helped set up significant snow squalls in traditional snow belt areas. 15-25 cm of snow likely by tomorrow morning for Barrie, Grey Bruce and Huron Perth. It should be noted, this is not out of norm. For us here in the GTA, some flurries are likely. Monday morning will start with some sunny breaks, but it will be cold. The wake-up temperature near -2°C, feeling like -6°C. Needless to say, the kids will need their full winter wardrobe on tomorrow. There will be a blend of sun and cloud tomorrow with a risk of a flurry. There is a better chance of some light snow just a little north of the city with a band of snow coming off Georgian Bay. If you live in the New Market area or Vaughan be sure to pack the snow brush in the car. No major accumulations are expected. The high for tomorrow is 4°C, feeling like 1°C with the windchill.
Monday night: cloudy periods with a low of 0°C.
What you need to know, currently.
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