Southern Ontario feeling temperatures not seen in decades, over the last couple days.
Toronto beating two records this past week. On Christmas Eve, TO beating a 51 year old best rising to 15.4, three degrees better that the record from 1964.
`This is certainly not the first green Christmas in Toronto, but it is one of the warmest.`says Haizchen Sun of Environment Canada.
`Our high Christmas eve broke a record, as did our peak temperature the day before yesterday`.
Other communities like London feeling warmth at levels not seen in about a century.
They recorded a temperature of 11.9 C at peak on Wednesday surpassing the previous record of 11.1 C set in 1893.
Windsor broke their 74-year old record with 12.7 C, this week beating the 2.2 C record from 1941.
The warm weather has stories of joy on area golf courses with tee times available at many facilities. Officials at Innisbrook Golf course in Barrie say they have had days this past week where tee times were fully booked.
Meanwhile, ski hills feeling a pinch, with The Ontario Snow Resorts Association reporting that 32 out of 38 alpine venues have not yet opened.