Destination guide: Toronto, Canada
Toronto is one of the most important cities in Canada and has one of the best standards of living in North America. Among its main attractions are James Garden, the Hard Rock Café, Planet Hollywood, Chinatown, Yorkville, the Town Hall, the CN Tower, Queen Street West, Niagara Fallsand a wide range of bars, pubs, nightclubs, theatres and casinos.
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Toronto - Weather Overview
Compared to the rest of Canada, Toronto has a relatively mild weather pattern. Summer temperatures average 20-23°C (68-73°F) and can get up to 30°C (86°F). Autumn and spring tend toward clear, warm sunny days and winter, though the temperature can plummet quickly, is on average a manageable -6°C (21°F). Big snowstorms happen two or three times per winter.
Weather Monthly ViewAverage High TemperatureAverage Low TemperatureAverage RainfallHumidity (AM)Humidity (PM)January-1-9697870February-1-9617867March3-5667662April101647456May177747355June2312697858July2615747956August2514698358September2111748760October134618760November6-1718268December1-6668071