Good news for people who aren't fans of snow - new monthly forecasts show that Toronto will likely be spared from any intense snowstorms for the rest of the year. This is a rather stark contrast from last year, when the city was hit with significant snowfall as early as mid-November.
According to Accuweather, the first signs of snow in will show in Toronto near the sometime in mid-December. The snowfall is not expected to be heavy and will likely manifest as light flurries at most. Periods of significant snowfall have yet to be forecasted.
However, snow may accumulate to as much as 10 cm for the days leading up the holidays. At the very least, Torontonians could expect a White Christmas, with decent snow coverage on the ground.
From October through November, no instances of snowfall have been reported. The fall months are likely to see a lot more rainy days than snow days, unlike in previous years when major snowstorms occurred much earlier.
Of course, these are just forecasts and Canadian weather can be unpredictable at times. But Accuweather's forecasting system is typically reliable, as it utilizes up-to-date climate data and models.