No need for winter coats just yet! The Weather Network released Ontario's fall forecast for 2020 and it's looking good. The province is expected to have an unseasonably warm fall all the way through to November despite the chill we've been feeling lately.
According to The Weather Network, cooler air will be dominating the early onset of the season, but it won't stay that way for long.
It's been a chilly few weeks, and summer feels like it left without saying goodbye.
However, the colder temperatures aren't signalling an early winter, according to experts. The pleasant weather will be back by October.
High-pressure systems are forecasted to be in store for the region, meaning warmer conditions.
It's supposed to be a wet, chilly September, so keep the umbrella and rain boots handy, but no need to uncover the parkas yet.
The pattern is expected to shift by the start of next month, meaning we are not free falling into winter.
Temps are supposed to be above normal during both October and November this year, meaning lots of chances to hike and bike ride.
Expect plenty of opportunities to enjoy the fall foliage across southern parts of the province this year.
Even farther north, regions near Sault Ste. Marie will be experiencing a warmer atmosphere.
However, the forecast states that cold spurts are still to be expected as we get closer to the winter months, but they will be less severe.
Temperatures generally fall by around two to three degrees a week at this time of year, TWN reports.
"While a couple tastes of early winter can still be expected during the season, November is expected to be much milder than last year when winter-like weather dominated the month," reports TWN.
However, Ontario isn't the only one lucking out.
TWN reported that the delay in winter this year will be felt across most of the country.