Summer 2023 in Toronto is Gonna be Hot Hot

BARRIO – There’s less than a week of winter left on the calendar, and we are bursting with excitement to know that summer is around the corner. The official day is June 21, but apparently it will feel like summer a lot sooner. The Farmers’ Almanac suggests that we’re in for a HOT summer. LFG!

“Our official forecast calls for much warmer than normal conditions for most of the nation. For many regions, the heat will seem unrelenting, persisting from late June through early September,” the forecast mentions.

“Temperatures at times will soar into past 32°C, in some cases even approaching 37°C. Factor in the oppressive humidity and heat indices (‘feels like’ temps) could approach 40°C in some areas.”

The Farmers’ Almanac isn’t the most legitimate of sources for predictions, as the publication uses a secret and mysterious “formula” to forecast weather conditions 16 months in advance.

Depending on who you ask, Farmers’ Almanac forecasts are up to 80 per cent accurate in general. They certainly hit winter of 2022-2023 on the head with their snowy, dreary outlook.

“Our forecast, which is based on a proprietary formula that relies on many factors, including the Moon, is calling for a warmer than normal summer for most of the country,” writes the outlet of Canada as a whole.

“Last summer was officially the third warmest in Canada’s history, with the summers of 2021 and 1998 coming in hotter. Temperatures across the country were 1.6 degrees C above normal. And the summer heat sizzled longer with many places feeling the heat from May to October and others from July to November.”

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