This morning it is +1C.
Here is their forecast for 2050:
So, what are we in for? What will Toronto look like over the next 50 years?If they can't forecast TWO DAYS in advance, why would anyone believe them 14,000 days in advance?
To get an idea, cast your mind back two summers, the hottest in the city's – and the country's – recorded history.
The mercury bubbled above 30 degrees on 38 days – 25 more than average. Factoring in the humidex, it surged above 35 degrees a record 44 times. There was no relief at night – it was hotter than 20 degrees for more than three weeks.