Given that it’s November, we should be referencing the North Pole for Christmas, not for weather. Instead of welcoming the jolly man’s trek from the northernmost point of Earth, we’re welcoming its temperature.
In case you need any more reminding of how cold it is, along with being the coldest November 22 on record, Montreal feels colder than the North Pole today.
According to The Weather Network, with the wind chill, Montreal feels like a bone-chilling -25°C whereas the North Pole is enjoying a comfy -22°C.
Yes, Montreal feels colder than the polar region of the globe.
The forecast is expecting it to heat up back to average November temperatures for the weekend.
Until then, let’s continue putting our moniker of ‘The Great White North’ to good use today, as we’re besting the northernmost part of the planet’s temperature.
- Today is already Montreal's coldest November 22 in recorded history
- Montreal is going to use drones to battle snow removal this year
- Quebec's mandatory winter tire deadline will be earlier next year
- Quebec City ranked one of the best Christmas destinations in the world