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Old 03-23-2008, 07:56 PM
 
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As long as you bundle up and keep dry , covering your hands, head and face you will not get frostbite. hope this info helps you.

Frostbite??? In Toronto????

Highly unlikely.

While Toronto certainly has a colder climate than California, let's not talk about it as though it's the high Arctic. Thousands of people from warmer climates live in the Toronto region and manage just fine.
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Old 02-21-2010, 04:15 PM
 
Location: Ontario,Canada
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If your not dresses properly in the Winter in Toronto you can get Frostbite.

Coldest Temperature in The City Of Toronto was -33°C

In July the Temperature Dipped down to 3.9°C

In August the Temperature Dipped down to 1.1°C

In June the Temperature Dipped down to 0.6°C

Even in the summer months i can get dip down into to single digits, That's the way the weather works in Canada, GO CANADA GO.
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Old 02-22-2010, 07:33 AM
 
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Citing those extreme historical numbers makes very little sense. Toronto has similar weather pattern as upstate New York or Chicagoland, if not better.
I don't see the point of your describing Canada as a completely unpredictable horibly inhabitable country Were you medically damaged because of the weather here before? In reality, Mid April through Mid December is very agreeable in T.O.

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If your not dresses properly in the Winter in Toronto you can get Frostbite.

Coldest Temperature in The City Of Toronto was -33°C

In July the Temperature Dipped down to 3.9°C

In August the Temperature Dipped down to 1.1°C

In June the Temperature Dipped down to 0.6°C

Even in the summer months i can get dip down into to single digits, That's the way the weather works in Canada, GO CANADA GO.
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