Torontonians who aren't ready for summer to end are in for a treat - New forecasts show that the first week of fall will bring temperatures of over 25 degrees C, with humidity factors contributing to real feels of 30 degrees C and up.
According to The Weather Network, temperatures in the city are expected to rise starting the day before the first official day of fall (Sept 22). From Thursday through Saturday, temperatures will increase as much as three degrees.
Sunday is expected to bring the hottest weather yet, with the temperature reaching a high of 29 degrees C (though, it will feel more like 37 degrees C):
After a few days of heat, there may be a chance of rain and thunderstorms. Temperatures are also expected to cool down at the start of October.
Citizens are advised to stay cool and hydrated during the next few days. Other than that, enjoy the continued summer weather, Toronto!