It might be a good day to watch the snowflakes fall on this Family Day in Ontario.
As of Monday at 6:30 a.m., it's -8 C but it feels like -14 outside. Expect increasing cloudiness today with a 60 per cent chance of flurries this afternoon. The wind is expected to hit 20 km/h and the high is 0 C.
Some scattered flurries are in the forecast this morning with light snow expected in the afternoon. The white stuff could continue to fall throughout the day in spots across the city, but it isn't expected to accumulate.
More light snow is in the forecast Tuesday with two to four centimetres expected to hit Toronto.
The temperature set to reach the freezing mark comes after a frigid weekend in the city. The wind chill factor made it feel like temperatures in the -30s. The city lifted an extreme cold weather alert Sunday.