Toronto's Weather Will Be Blasted With Snow Next Week & You Could Get Buried In Over 20 cm

Get your shovel, because you may have to dig your way out.

Toronto Staff Writer
Toronto's Weather Will Be Blasted With Snow Next Week & You Could Get Buried In Over 20 cm

Winter is far from over, and it seems that Mother Nature is just getting started with Toronto's weather.

The city will see snow next week, according to The Weather Network (TWN), and depending on your attitude towards the cold, you may be reaching for a sled or a space heater. Currently, over 20 centimetres of snow is expected to hit the 6ix.

This upcoming Sunday will start the four-day snow bender, with about 5 centimetres of snow expected.

Temperatures are predicted to be -5, but it will feel like -9, according to TWN. On the bright side, it's anticipated to still be "mainly sunny," although that sun won't last long.

Monday is predicted to see 10 to 15 centimetres of snow, with temperatures hitting -3 and a nightly low of -12.

So if your after-work plans include building a snowman, the weather may be perfect, but if you're planning on hitting up a heated outdoor patio, you may want to double-check that there's an awning before heading out.

Tuesday and Wednesday are predicted to see some light snowfall before fading into a cold but dry Thursday, with temperatures of -9 and "a mix of sun and clouds."

TWN says Toronto can expect 1 to 3 centimetres of snow on Tuesday, and Wednesday will end the fourth day of snow off with less than 1 centimetre of "scattered flurries."

Toronto has seen an especially cold bout of weather recently, with the coldest day in almost three years hitting the city earlier this week.

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