01/03/2014 - As overnight temperatures in Toronto dipped to – 20 C, many reported hearing loud booms in the night which CBC meteorologist Jay Scotland says were likely caused by "frost quakes." More likely plate movement, but OK.
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Facing the Change: Toronto grapples with the effects of extreme weather
Summer temperatures in Toronto could reach 44 C by 2050, according to Toronto's climate driver study (see pdf). Summers will be on average 3.8C hotter, winters 5.7C. Heating requirements will decrease a little, but cooling requirements will increase a lot. The number of days when the Humidex exceeds 40C will increase fourfold. Rainstorms will get heavier.