What’s the weather like in Toronto in May?
As springtime gets into full swing and the summer draws nearer, Toronto starts to get milder weather. The city’s continental climate is affected by weather systems from Lake Ontario and in the month of May temperatures are pleasantly warm. This makes it the perfect time of year for sightseeing. With a risk of rain showers and even a chance of snow, it’s worth packing for all weathers on your holiday to Toronto.
On an average day in May, Toronto experiences average highs of 17ºC and lows of 10ºC at night, making this a mild month in eastern Canada. With around 16 wet days and 30mm of rain over the course of the month, you’ll need to prepare for some light showers, but this is a relatively dry time of year. With both sunshine and clouds, you’ll need to bring plenty of layers and a waterproof as well as sun cream.