Southern Ontario Is Saying Goodbye To Summer Temps This Week & It’s Going To Get Chilly
So long, early summer.
If you didn't enjoy the beautiful summer temperatures that the province was hit with this week, you'll have to wait a bit before you get a second chance.
Ontario's weather forecast is predicting a drop to below-seasonal temperatures this week, which will mark the last of the 30-degree days for a little while.
According to The Weather Network, a widespread frost threat will sweep across parts of Northern Ontario and cottage country by Friday, with temperatures expected to remain "several degrees below seasonal" on Saturday.
"Parts of southern Ontario will even struggle to reach double digits on Friday and we can not rule out some flakes mixing in across the higher terrain well northwest of the Greater Toronto Area," says Dr. Doug Gillham, TWN meteorologist.
As if that wasn't bad enough, some regions will also receive 15-20 millimetres of rain by tomorrow, with Toronto set to see around 10-15 millimetres.