Another storm on the way for southern Quebec
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by SB
16h ago
We are in for another round of rain, wind and wet snow this Sunday into Monday morning across southern Quebec. There are still many details to work out, but we the possibility exists for more tree damage and power outages as occurred this past Monday across the island and in Verdun, shown above. (J Balena) A very complex weather scenario is expected for the upcoming weekend, that will include much milder air as well as a mix of precipitation. There are many moving parts to this forecast, so check back for updates. Before then, we will have one more chilly, damp day ..read more
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Winter storm slams Montreal region with 30cm of snow
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by SB
5d ago
Montreal was slammed with heavy wet snow overnight. As of 8am Monday morning, 28cm had fallen at Trudeau Airport. Numerous trees have fallen from the weight of the snow, onto power lines and unfortunately for this resident in Verdun, cars as well. Power outages are climbing, with over 88,000 in the dark currently. (Photo: J. Balena) Winter storm warning remains in effect for Montreal, but should be allowed to expire by mid morning. The first big snowstorm of the season has over performed in the Montreal region. Moderate snow is still falling Monday morning, with nearly 28cm on th ..read more
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Winter storm warning posted for southern Quebec
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by SB
5d ago
Light freezing rain is already falling Sunday afternoon across many parts of southern Quebec and Ontario. The precipitation should transition back to heavy wet snow this evening and overnight, with 10-15cm possible in Montreal, Ottawa, and Quebec City. Winter Storm Warning for southwestern Quebec, eastern Ontario, the Adirondacks and Green Mountains. Winter weather advisory for northern New York and portions of Vermont. Expect slick and dangerous travel conditions today through Monday morning. A messy mix of precipitation is expected across southern Quebec and eastern Ontario over the ..read more
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Wintry weather returns to Montreal this weekend
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by SB
1w ago
A more wintry weather pattern will evolve this weekend into next week, with several chances for snowfall across the Montreal region. Temperatures will fall back below freezing. While temperatures will not be frigid, the weather will certainly be cold enough for frozen precipitation. (Valley Weather Photo) December has started off very mild in Montreal Friday morning, with temperatures in the middle single digits. It was 8C (47F) on Ile Perrot this morning, the normal low for December 1 is -7C (19F). The mild weather will persist today, along with cloud cover and eventually some stead ..read more
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Two winter storms bypass Montreal region
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by SB
1w ago
While rain fell in the Montreal region, wet snow fell in many other parts of southern Quebec including the Richelieu Valley shown above. Further east across the Beauce and Quebec City regions, the snow was heavy, with up to 30cm reported. The snow cut power to over 125,000 Hydro-Quebec customers. (Photo T. Giotsalitis) Southwestern Quebec continues to be bypassed by the early season snow that has affected many parts of Quebec and Ontario. On Sunday evening, low pressure moved across southeastern New England generating heavy wet snow across interior portions of the northeastern US, as ..read more
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Messy mix of precipitation expected for Montreal
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by SB
2w ago
Allow yourself extra time for the Wednesday morning commute across southern Qu├ębec. A messy mix of precipitation is forecast, starting this evening and tapering off late Wednesday. Between 5-10cm of snow, along with freezing rain and eventually rain is expected across the entire region. Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for northern New York, New England and Eastern Ontario. They may be extended into southern Quebec later today. Tuesday morning was one of the coldest so far this season, with low temperatures across the southwestern Quebec generally between -5C and -10C (14F-23F ..read more
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The Ice Bowl of 1977
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by SB
3w ago
Standing in the snow and cold during the 65th Grey Cup Parade in Montreal, taken with my KODAK 110 camera at the age of 11. The temperatures was around -5C (23F), and heavy snow fell for the duration of the parade. It was awesome! As we head into the CFL's 110th Grey Cup weekend, with the Montreal Alouettes set to face the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Tim Horton's Field in Hamilton, I started thinking about the famous Ice Bowl played back in 1977. A record-breaking crowd of 68,318 fans braved a transit strike and game time windchills in the minus 20s. (Montreal Alouettes Photo) W ..read more
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Cold weekend ahead - but warmer weather on the way
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by SB
1M ago
The first significant snowfall of the season on Thursday produced a record-breaking 7cm of wet snow across the Montreal region. The snow iced roads and bridges leading to several major accidents and significant traffic delays. Conditions have vastly improved Friday morning. (Valley Weather) A bulk of the 7cm of snow that fell in Montreal Thursday is gone already early Friday morning. The temperature has risen well above the freezing point and sits at 4C (39F) currently. We can expect a mild, windy high of 7C (45F), with winds out of the southwest 30-50km/h. A cold front arrives this e ..read more
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Snow and freezing rain for the Thursday morning commute
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by SB
1M ago
After a very mild October, many parts of Quebec have been thrown straight into winter. Heavy snow fell across portions of central Quebec on Monday and Tuesday, with more snow forecast Thursday, this time including Montreal and southern Quebec. Expect wintry precipitation and slippery roads for the Thursday morning commute in Montreal and across the entire region. A messy mix of snow and freezing rain is on the way for the Thursday morning commute from Ontario into southwestern Quebec. A clipper system from western Canada will move across the Great Lakes and down the St. Lawrence ..read more
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Rare November thunderstorms followed by snow
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by SB
1M ago
A few rare nocturnal November thunderstorms developed in advance of a cold front early Tuesday morning across the Montreal region. Much colder air and more snow is on the way by Thursday. Much colder air arrives in Montreal later today, followed by up to 5cm of wet snow Thursday. Montreal had a few surprise thunderstorms during the pre-dawn hours Tuesday, along with viid lightning and some heavy but very brief rainfall. The culprit is a clipper-type low pressure system and cold front over the Ottawa Valley, slicing southeast into some moderately unstable air. Temperatures are quite wa ..read more
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