After a week of unusual summer-like weather, Toronto could see flurries of snow come Monday.
According to The Weather Network, Toronto could see a mix of rain and snow on Monday, followed by flurries on Tuesday.
Temperatures will dive to 4 C, feeling like -1 C — a far cry from the record-breaking heat earlier this week.
Friday’s high of 20 C broke the previous record set in 2015, according to Environment Canada.
However, it seems that those days are coming to an end, and parts of Ontario will get close to 20 cm of snow in the coming days.
At the rate we're going, Toronto might even get another surprise blizzard.
The cooldown is expected to last throughout the week in Toronto, with temperatures hovering in the single digits.
It may be getting cold out there, but at least we're well above Saskatoon's -22 C this week.