Is it correct this? :

Today is 25°C

Or this:

Today it’s 25°C

And without today:

Is 25°C/ It’s 25°C


In common usage, it would be more correct to say, "It is 25°C."

In this context, the "it" is generally understood to mean to "the temperature".

For example:

Today, it's 25°C.

Today, the temperature is 25°C.

  • Got it! Thank you so much!! – Moon May 20 '19 at 21:44

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