Flower lovers and photographers walk through High Park Monday, snapping pictures of the blooming cherry blossom trees.

Star readers share their cherry blossom photos

Flower lovers and photographers walk through High Park Monday, snapping pictures of the blooming cherry blossom trees.

The soggy Tuesday morning commute at Dundas St. E. and Logan Ave. in Toronto.

Is this the wettest Spring ever? The answer may surprise you

The soggy Tuesday morning commute at Dundas St. and Logan Ave. in Toronto.

Yes, it's still cold but it's about to get warmer | Toronto Star

Yes, it's still cold but it's about to get warmer

The city remains in an extreme cold weather alert on Tuesday, but things are looking to warm up.

Pedestrians braving the chill cross at Richmond and Bay Sts. as steam comes off a vent on Monday — the coldest day of the winter thus far.

Feeling the chill Toronto? Well, it’s not Siberia

The coldest temperatures of the winter season hit Toronto on Monday, when the city was chillier than Inuvik.

Stay warm Toronto!

Good news, Toronto: This extreme cold won't last

Stay warm Toronto!

A man in Edinburgh, Scotland, uses an umbrella to shelter from the snow, or is that 'snaw' or 'spitters'?

Scots know snow: Researchers dig up 421 Scottish words for the white stuff

A man in Edinburgh, Scotland, uses an umbrella to shelter from the snow, or is that 'snaw' or 'spitters'?

Heat warning issued for Labour Day long weekend | Toronto Star

Heat warning issued for Labour Day long weekend

Toronto can't beat the heat. Temperatures reaching 30 C are expected for the last long weekend of summer.

Louisiana and Mississippi were battered by Katrina in 2005. A look at the states in the aftermath of the hurricane in 2005 and now in 2015.

Hurricane Katrina in photos, then and now

Louisiana and Mississippi were battered by Katrina in A look at the states in the aftermath of the hurricane in 2005 and now in

The 17th Street levee after it was breached by the winds and storm surge brought by hurricane Katrina, in New Orleans, Aug. 30, 2005. The storm struck the Gulf Coast with devastating force at daybreak on Aug. 29, 2005, pummeling a region that included New Orleans and heaping damage on neighboring Mississippi.

Hurricane Katrina in photos, then and now

Vincent Laforet is a Los Angles based Commercial & Fine Art Photographer, Director/DP who sepcializes in aerial photography. New Orleans

A hurricane forecaster looks at an image of tropical storm Erika as it moves westward towards islands in the eastern Caribbean.

Tropical Storm Erika pummels Caribbean

James Franklin, chief hurricane forecaster, looks at an image of Tropical Storm Erika as it moves westward toward islands in the eastern Caribbean, at the National Hurricane Center in Miami-Dade.

July looks like the hottest month ever on Earth | Toronto Star

July looks like the hottest month ever on Earth

NASA and the Japan Meteorological Agency data show last month was the hottest July on record. When all the data is in, that makes it likely it will be the hottest ever.

A video posted to YouTube shows Andy Wood crack the egg, leaving it for around two hours. By the end, though the egg white has been absorbed into the ground, the yolk has been nicely cooked.

Man fries egg on driveway in heat wave that won’t let up anytime soon

A video posted to YouTube shows Andy Wood crack the egg, leaving it for around two hours. By the end, though the egg white has been absorbed into the ground, the yolk has been nicely cooked.

This lemur at the Sant-Martin-la-Plaine Zoo in France knows a thing or two about how to keep cool.

True or False: 7 facts and myths about beating the heat

The Most Devastating Parts of Esquire’s Story About Climate Scientists’ Despair

An umbrella blows away in strong winds at West Lake in Hangzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province Saturday, July 11, 2015.

More than a million flee as typhoon pounds China

An umbrella blows away in strong winds at West Lake in Hangzhou in eastern China's Zhejiang province Saturday, July

Less than a minute after this photo was taken in Calgary over the weekend, Owen Chan and Helen Knight were soaked in a torrential downpour.

Calgary couple gets priceless wedding photo before downpour

Calgary couple’s wedding photo captures moment before massive summer storm

Hot and (mostly) sunny week ahead in Toronto | Toronto Star

Hot and (mostly) sunny week ahead in Toronto

The average high in July is 27 C, with lows of 18 C, according to Environment Canada.

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