Record breaking temperatures hit Mississauga, Brampton and Hamilton on Oct. 27
Published October 28, 2023 at 6:51 pm
Mississauga and surrounding areas saw record-breaking warmth, according to weather data compiled by Environment Canada.
Last weekend ended on a chilly note as temperatures dipped to -1 C, with a frost advisory impacting much of southern Ontario.
The cooler weather didn’t last long as meteorologists called for a milder week with sunshine, clear skies and a nearly 20-degree temperature swing for the region.
On Friday (Oct. 28) temperatures slowly climbed—peaking at 23 degrees Celsius at 5:00 p.m., making it the warmest October 28 to date.
The previously highest temperature for that date was 22.7 C in the year 2000.
Hamilton warmed up to 22 C breaking its 1998 record of 21.9 C.
The weather forecast for the past week predicted unseasonably warm temperatures which began later in the week and continued into this weekend.
However, the upcoming week will see cooler temperatures, as low as -3 C, which are more in line with what’s expected for November.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising