Mississauga just beat a 33-year-old record for lowest temperature
Today, Mississauga beat a 33-year-old temperature record for November 13, one which was set back in 1986.
In 1986, the record for cold temperature was -9.6 degrees, which was beat this morning when the temperatures dropped.
According to Environment Canada, this morning’s temperature was -13 degrees, which felt like -18 degrees with the wind chill.
Along with this record, Toronto also recently broke a record for November 11, the city’s first snowfall of 13.6 cm. This was previously set in 1983 after seeing only 3 cm of snow.
Temperatures are expected to be -4 degrees in Toronto later today and into the evening, feeling like -10 degrees with the windchill with possible flurries.
Photos courtesy of The Weather Network and Environment Canada.
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