What’s the weather like in Toronto in February?
Located in the east of Canada along the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto has a continental climate making February a very cold month. At this time of year temperatures stay below freezing for most of the day, so you’ll need to pack plenty of warm layers and a winter coat to explore this vibrant city. With such cold weather, the winter months are low season for Toronto, perfect if you want to avoid crowded streets and attractions.
The average temperature for Toronto in February is a chilly -3°C, with lows of -5°C and highs of 0°C. Make sure you pack a hat, scarf and gloves along with a thick winter jacket to stay warm. Just 40mm of rain is expected in February, so this time of year is reasonably dry, but the days are often cloudy and snow is quite common.