Toronto - Post Report Question and Answers

What is the overall climate: is it extremely hot or cold, wet or dry, at any time of year, for example?

Moderate northern climate. Longish winter but nothing too crazy. - Aug 2022

Very long, cold winters (Nov to May). Cool and rainy in the summer. August is sometimes hot (above 90 F). - Jun 2018

Canada. North. Cold in winter, hot/humid/bugs in a very short summer. - Apr 2018

4 Seasons, hot in the summer, very cold in winter and temperate in fall and spring - Nov 2016

Hot humid summer, long, cold winter. short but beautiful spring and autumns in Ontario. - Oct 2016

Four seasons. Winter and summer seem longest. Winter is similar to north east U.S. Winter can be long and cold (but, again, about what you'd get in NYC or Chicago). Summer is far more humid than I would have guessed before coming here. - Nov 2015

Winter is very cold, and it's winter for a good 8 months of the year. Canadians would say otherwise, but it is brutal. - Jul 2015

Four seasons. Cold winters, but not as snowy as Upstate NY. Warm/hot summers. - Jan 2013

Toronto is one of the warmes cities in Canada, but this does not mean it is nice in the winter, in the wineter the teprature is about -10 to-15C, the summer is nice however with a temprature about plus 20 to 25C - May 2010

A downside of a posting in Toronto is the weather. The winter to me seemed no colder than New York City or Boston but it did seem to drag on a lot longer and you can´t count on weather consistently above 50 degrees until late May/early June. - Apr 2010

Hot in summer and spring. Chilly in winter. Cool in fall. - Aug 2008

Long, cold, dark winters followed by brief spring, hot summer and even shorter fall. - Jan 2008

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