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Toronto’s weather is as different as yin and yang throughout its seasons. Winter can see the mercury plunge to a bone-chilling -30°C while summer can see things heat up to as much as 35°C.
Make sure you see the city at its best with our handy guide to the top times to visit Toronto.
The best time to visit is in autumn from mid-September to mid-November.
Most tourists descend on Toronto in summer, between June and early September, in order to take advantage of the warm seasonal temperatures that hang between 20 and 25°C. This means that all the top sightseeing spots can get crowded and prices are at their peak.
Plus, when temperatures do tip above average, it can feel a little too warm and sticky in the city.
In autumn, the crowds wane and so do the temperatures, and you can find yourself exploring the sights under blue skies in temperatures between 8 and 18°C.
Toronto has four distinct seasons. In spring (March to late May), temperatures range from 3-18°C, although some days can get pretty rainy and grey.
In summer, (June to early September) the thermometer hovers between 20 and 25°C, although temperatures have reached 35°C.
In autumn (mid-September to mid-November), you can expect to explore in 8-18°C heat.
In winter (late November to early March), the city starts to freeze over and the mercury regularly drops to -8°C and occasionally a great deal more.
Best time to visit Toronto, weather wise: The summer months of June to early September.
Cheapest time to visit Toronto: January, when the city is usually in a deep freeze.
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