Montreal has been dangerously cold for a week straight.
While it currently feels like -34°C in the city according to The Weather Network, one thing remains on Montrealer’s minds: When are we going to feel our fingers again?
Well, it looks like the answer is finally here. By Thursday the city will be given a much-needed recess from the recent cold snap.
The Weather Network forecasts two to four millimetres of light rain on Thursday and temperatures that could feel as ‘high’ as -1°C.
- Meteorologists believe yesterday was Montreal's coldest snowstorm in nearly a century
- Ottawa was the coldest national capital in the world over the weekend
- SUVs team up to save STM bus stuck in snowy Montreal (VIDEO)
- Montreal could be hit with another 10 cm snowfall this Wednesday
Between now and waking up in fewer than 48 hours the city could potentially feel 33°C warmer.
Temperatures are expected to dip to below double-digits again on Friday and Saturday, at much easier-to-deal-with numbers of -12°C and -18°C, respectively.
It’s not pool weather yet, Montreal. But it’s a start.