Here’s your forecast for March Break in Toronto


Before planning your March Break activities, here is a preview of the forecast for the week in Toronto.

Starting Monday morning, Environment Canada says it expects a daytime high of 5°C with a wind chill of -9°C. There will be increased cloudiness throughout the day and a 40% chance of rain from 6 p.m. will start around midnight, with a minimum of 1 C.

The snow is expected to continue until Tuesday afternoon, when temperatures could reach a high of 5°C. Clouds are expected to lift by Tuesday evening with a low of 0°C.

Wednesday brings clear, sunny skies, and it’s a great day to get out and enjoy the weather. Temperatures are expected to reach a mild high of 14°C and drop to a low of 3°C overnight.

The warm weather will stretch into Thursday as daytime temperatures are expected to reach a high of 17C with plenty of sunshine. Clouds are expected to arrive overnight, as the weather agency predicts a 40% chance of showers. Temperatures should reach a minimum of 3°C.

Before the weekend, be sure to pack your rain coat and bundle up, as Environment Canada says there will be “rainy spells” for Friday and Saturday. The meteorological agency announces a 60% chance of showers on Friday, with a maximum of 7°C and a minimum of 1°C. Saturday should have a high of 5°C and a low of -2°C.

March Break ends on a mixed note, with sun and cloud and a 60% chance of snow showers, with a high of 7°C.

As students return to school the following week, the weather is expected to be mostly sunny with daytime highs of 10C and nighttime lows of 1C.


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