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Autum in Toronto??

by anne_c

It will be my first time in Toronto, I will be visiting on late October and begining of November, so, what should I expect from the weather in Toronto? What kind of clothes are the most advisable to wear, taking into account that I come from a place where the average temperatures are 20 C this time of the year?

Re: Autum in Toronto??

by denise68

Toronto is great was there two years ago, you can except all kinds of weather this time of the year( cold and windy to nice sunny days), some much to see so make sure you dont forget your walking boots.
Tip....... donot take a tour bus to the falls !!! we made that mistake it was a lovely tour got to see a lot but spent only 2 hours there
Have a great time

Re: Autum in Toronto??

by Gian59

Booths for sure .... snow is possible .... I have seen -20C in November Temperature changes fast with wind from the North or South no mountains to stop it.... So today you freeze and tomorrow ops maybe only few hours .. you cook !!!
The weather is a meteorologist nightmare... Very hard to predict.... There are some very nice fresh days...
Have a great stay ....

Re: Autum in Toronto??

by GrumpyDiver

You'll be well into fall and while you might get lucky and get into low double digit temperatures, chances are that you could will find frost on the ground in the morning. So plan on temperatures of near 0C in the morning and 10C by mid afternoon, understanding that it could be a few degrees colder if a north wind comes through and a few degress warmer if the wind is blowing from the south.

November tends to be cloudy or cloudy and rainy, but there can also be a few pleasant sunny days.

Fall tends to have very changable weather in this part of Canada...

Re: Autum in Toronto??

by Lauren5020

Early November is a good time to start wearing your toque in Canada (toque is our Canadian way of saying winter hat!!). You might be okay with a very warm vest (down vest) or jacket with a scarf and toque. Comfy shoes, you'll probably be doing a lot of walking in Toronto. I doubt you'll see snow yet. But, as a few other posters mentioned, the weather around this time of year can be unpredictable at best! One thing it WON'T be: WARM :) Pack for cold weather.
Enjoy Toronto! It's a great city full of friendly people!
Visit the ROM (Royal Ontario favourite place in the city!).

Re: Autum in Toronto??

by hotsauce28

Considering you're from Mexico, you're gonna freeze your butt off. =)

I say bring cute rain boots that'll look good whether it's raining or not, warm socks, jeans and thick chunky sweaters. If you find your head's cold, you can always buy a toque, gloves and scarf here.

Best thing to do in T.O in November is to layer. Going from the outside into a streetcar or train, you may feel extreme differences in temperature.

Travel Tips for Toronto

Toronto's Crossroads

by spgood301

It seems that most of Toronto seems to happen on Yonge Street. It's got shopping (Eaton Centre, Roots, etc), nightlife (including the Hard Rock Cafe), office buildings, and LOTS of people. I've heard that it's also one of the longest streets in the world. It seems like the world comes together on Yonge Street-take a walk and see for yourself.

This is a hard one to decide...

by Dolfijntje

This is a hard one to decide on. I grew up in Toronto and so I know little pockets of places that I would take any visiting friends. I know the downtown and the east end areas better than anything that is west ov Avenue road.

Ontario Place! Especially if you are a family looking for something to do. I believe that there are entrance fees, but you can spend the whole day there. The Canadian National Exhibition is open nearby during the end of August, beginning of September. My parent's Sailboat is what I miss most when I am away. Danforth Avenue now has some great restaurants.

These are the Canadian...

by Jillworld

These are the Canadian Horseshoe Falls. Throughout the 1800's and 1900's there have been countless attempts, many unsuccessful, to descend these falls. I thoroughly enjoyed going through the 'DAREDEVILS' section of the site listed in my intro. One of the more interesting stories is of a 7 year old boy, named Roger Woodward. In 1960, because of a boating incident up stream, he was swept over the Horseshoe Falls wearing nothing but his swimming trunks. He survived with mere scratches and bumps. The only person to have ever survived the falls un-equipped. There are many incredible stories of bravery and most of all, in my opinion, stupidity!!!

See a show! Toronto has one of...

by chrissyalex

See a show! Toronto has one of the nicest theatre districts.Many people were I live make a special day trip to Toronto just to see a show.I saw 'The Phantom of the Opera' at the Pantages Theatre and it was outstanding. It played there for years, but now I think 'The Lion KIng' is playing there now! I will have to go see this show too!Also try to take a tour of the Pantages, if you get the chance. It is very historical and beautiful!

Underground city

by tvor

In the downtown Toronto area there is another city underground. Much of the downtown is linked by underground corridors called the PATH system that contain shops and restaurants and other services. It's a bit confusing though there are signs to direct you to hotels, larger stores like the Bay and the Eaton's center and any subway stops. Good way to get out of the hot summer and nasty weather i suppose.

The url below has pdf format maps for the 10 kilometer system.


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