Ontario's Thanksgiving Weather Is Going To Be So Hot It Could Break A 75-Year-Old Record

Ontario's Thanksgiving weekend is going to be so toasty this year that it could break a decade-spanning record, but it won't be all sunshine and rainbows.

According to The Weather Network, regions including Toronto, Ottawa and Windsor are set to overtake a 75-year-old record this weekend due to a stretch of 20-degree weather, which hasn't been seen since 1947.

Toronto has only come close to breaking the record a few times over the decades with the latest being in 2017 when a stretch of warmth over 20 degrees lasted nine days.

However, parts of the province could get up to 14 consecutive days over 20 this year, which would rival the current record of 11 days in Toronto and 12 in Windsor.

Sadly, despite the warmth this year, Thanksgiving weekend will also bring about an active storm track, which could cause unsettled weather and periods of rain throughout the holiday.

You'll definitely want to keep an eye on the forecast before you start filling up your days with fall activities.

The weather in Ontario is about to get a "wintry punch," so you might want to double-check your travel plans before hitting the road.

According to The Weather Network, a low from Montana is going to bring an "icy wallop" to the province on Sunday, December 5 and into Monday, which will include freezing rain, regular rain, snow and wind.

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The Weather Network predicts a wet and snowy weekend across Ontario, with some areas set to receive up to 15 centimetres of snow.

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If you're planning to take a stroll through the rain today, you might want to think twice about opening up an umbrella, or risk blowing away.

Ontario's weather forecast predicts a confusing combo of above-seasonal temperatures, powerful winds, and light rain today, with a potential for things to turn dangerous as the day progresses.

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Southern Ontario's December Weather Is Set To Get Super Cold & Snowy Real Quick

Winter is going to be "colder than normal" this December!

Southern Ontario's December weather will be straight out of a Hallmark movie this year, so get ready to fall in love in a cookie shop or discover the true meaning of the holidays during a snowstorm.

Temperatures for December are predicted to be 3 degrees below average with plenty of snow, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac's long-range weather forecast for Southern Ontario.

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