The snow may have died down in Montreal but that is not the case for parts of Southern Quebec.
According to The Weather Network, southern parts of the province will continue to see heavy snowfall with additional amounts of up to 25 cm in some parts.
“As a system approaches eastern Quebec from the Great Lakes region, gusts up to 90 km/h are expected, with blowing snow and reduced visibility a concern,” said The Weather Network in a report.
Although this second storm surge will miss Montreal, the city will experience extremely cold temperatures over the next few days.
According to Environment Canada, tonight’s temperature is forecasted to be -16°C but with the wind chill it will feel like -29°C. Wind gusts blowing up to 40 km/h are expected tonight.