Toronto residents will enjoy slightly warmer temperatures on Family Day, as the weekend’s frigid temperatures are predicted to rise Monday.

Environment Canada is forecasting a high of 0 C and a low of -12 C for the statutory holiday.

On Saturday the city issued an extreme cold weather alert, as the mercury dropped to a low of -15 C overnight. The alert was lifted Sunday as the temperature was expected to reach a high of -9 C.

What’s open on Family Day

  • Tourist attractions: Royal Ontario Museum, Art Gallery of Ontario, Hockey Hall of Fame, CN Tower and the Toronto Zoo
  • Malls: Eaton Centre, Square One, Vaughan Mills and Pacific Mall
  • Some supermarkets

What’s closed on Family Day

  • Schools
  • Banks
  • Municipal government buildings
  • LCBO and beers stores
  • Libraries

The TTC will be operating on a holiday schedule and GO Transit will be operating on a Saturday schedule.