With your costume just one week away from being worn, The Weather Network has released its first Halloween forecast for Montreal.
According to the Weather Network, “some Canadians might be pleasantly surprised at the relative tranquillity as we approach Halloween, while others might just screech in horror. The weather might be as polarizing as our love-hate relationship with candy corn.”
In Montreal, there is no snow expected this time around, which is really the only news we need to hear. Because nobody wants to add snow pants to their Halloween getup.
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Quebec is expected to get some “cold air” towards the Great Lakes Basin, but the Weather Network said it is also watching a “potentially potent low to ride up this extreme temperature boundary.”
“It’s still a little early to talk about storm specifics, but higher confidence exists for gusty winds. A real healthy swath of snow north and west of the track of this low is also expected,” read the early forecast.
Montreal’s October 31 is looking chillier than the rest of the week.
While the end of next week is expected to get some sunshine and double-digit temperatures, Halloween is forecasted to get hit with light rain and could feel like 7ºC while dropping down to just 4ºC at night.
“The good news is the GTA, Ottawa Valley, and Montreal are not expected to see snow this time around,” concludes the extended forecast. “But you won’t have to travel too far to get your first glimpse of the white stuff.”
Umbrellas and sweaters are still better than snow pants, right?