What’s the weather like in Toronto in December?
Located in the east of Canada along the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto has a continental climate bringing warm summers and bitterly cold winters to the city. In December, temperatures regularly dip below freezing, so you’ll need to come prepared with hats, gloves, scarves and a thick winter coat if you visit Toronto this month. Most days are cloudy at this time of year, while snow showers are also common, making this a great destination to get into the festive holiday spirit.
In December Toronto has an average temperature of a chilly -1°C, reaching highs of just 1°C and dipping to lows of -3°C at night. With such cold weather you’ll need to bring warm winter clothes to Toronto this month, while preparing for the chance of snow. Just 20mm of rain’s expected during December, spread across 11 wet days on average, so showers are common but usually short-lived.