You can expect a slightly warmer Autumn than normal in Midwestern Ontario.
Environment Canada Senior Climatologist David Phillips says current weather models are calling for several degrees warmer than normal.
Phillips tells us the persistent warmer temperatures could hold off the technicolour changing of the leaves enjoyed in rural Ontario.
Because the foliage arrives around the time of the first frost, Phillips expects the natural colour show will take place between Thanksgiving and Halloween.
As Autumn progresses, Phillips says you will see fewer periods of warmer temperatures, with days-long stretches reducing as November approaches.