After experiencing the longest cold snap since 1874, it looks like Montreal’s frigid temperatures will be back tomorrow.
According to Environment Canada, tomorrow’s temperatures will feel like -33℃ with the wind chill.
“Snow and blowing snow. Amount 2 cm. Wind west 40 km/h gusting to 60. Temperature falling to minus 19 in the afternoon. Wind chill minus 33,” said the weather agency’s Montreal Friday forecast.
Snow and a high of -17℃ is also forecasted for Saturday. But it looks like things will be warming up slightly next week as a high of -7℃ and -6℃ are expected for Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
Despite the ‘warmer’ temperatures, there’s no doubt that Montrealers could really use a tropical vacation right about now.