May 20, 2015
By Michael Kramer
Maybe it’s a reward for surviving our brutal winter – but we may just get the nice weather deserve.
Accuweather is predicting a warm, “comfortable” summer for Toronto this year.
A dry flow of air from the west and northwest is expected to bring us warmer days – without oppressive humidity – even though several days are expected to reach 30 degrees or higher.
That benign airflow from the prairies also means cooler, drier summer nights for the GTA.
And cottagers can rejoice at a forecast calling for warm sunshine and a slight reduction in precipitation – extending right throughout cottage country this summer.