For many Ontarians, this summer will be remembered as season filled with scorching temperatures and oppressive humidity. And with several weeks of the summer still to go, the number of days with temperatures above 30°C will likely climb.
Here's a look at how the past summers in Toronto stack up when it comes to days with 30°C temperatures or higher:
In 2010, Toronto has already seen at least 17 days of 30°C temperatures or higher, but it has felt like more due to the lingering humidity.
It's quite a contrast to the summer of 2009, when the temperature only climbed to 30°C three times.
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