What’s the weather like in Toronto in November?
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario in the east of Canada, Toronto has a continental climate with very cold winters and humid, warm summers. In November, the city’s cold and cloudy, with some scattered rain or snow showers expected through the month. If you don’t mind wrapping up warm for your visit to Toronto, November is a good time of year for exploring this vibrant cultural city.
The average temperature in Toronto at this time of year’s a cool 5°C, with highs of 8°C in the peak of the day. The temperature drops to an average low of 2°C in November, so you’ll need a thick winter coat for evenings out in the city. Around 50mm of rain’s expected during the month, so it’s worth bringing a waterproof jacket for your holiday in October in case of showers. There’s also a chance of snow, so bring a hat, scarf and gloves too.