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Can I swim in Toronto in May? All information about water temperature in Large Lakes in May. Historical data, comparison and analysis.

Analysis of historical data on water temperature in Toronto in May

#minimal
35°F
#average
45°F
#maximum
60°F

Average temperature in Large Lakes in Toronto in May is 45°F. In general, this water temperature is unacceptable for swimming. But hardened people can afford to be in such water for 5-10 minutes.

Minimum water temperature in Toronto in May is 35°F, maximum - 60°F. In recent years, at the beginning of the month, the temperature value here is at around 40°F, and by the end of the month the water warms up to 53°F.

Average water temperature in the first decade is 41°F, in the middle of the month - 44°F, and at the end - 51°F.

Table of water temperature values in Toronto in May in recent years

Day2023202220212020
144°F48°F37°F35°F
242°F44°F37°F35°F
342°F44°F37°F37°F
444°F46°F37°F37°F
544°F46°F37°F37°F
646°F46°F37°F37°F
744°F46°F37°F39°F
846°F46°F37°F39°F
946°F48°F37°F39°F
1044°F48°F37°F39°F
1144°F48°F37°F41°F
1242°F48°F37°F41°F
1342°F48°F37°F41°F
1446°F46°F39°F42°F
1546°F50°F39°F42°F
1646°F48°F39°F42°F
1746°F48°F39°F42°F
1846°F51°F39°F44°F
1951°F53°F39°F44°F
2051°F53°F39°F44°F
2150°F55°F39°F44°F
2248°F57°F41°F46°F
2351°F59°F42°F46°F
2453°F60°F42°F46°F
2553°F59°F46°F46°F
2651°F59°F46°F48°F
2753°F59°F46°F48°F
2853°F60°F46°F48°F
2955°F57°F46°F50°F
3057°F57°F46°F50°F
3157°F55°F51°F50°F

Details of the water temperature today in Toronto and forecast for the next week, see the link:
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