If we’re going to freeze, we might as well historically freeze. And at least, we’re close to it today. At -11°C on November 14, we’re just 0.7° away from enduring the coldest recorded Montreal temperature on this day.
According to Environment Canada, today’s temperature is bested only by the -11.7°C Montreal braved way back on November 14, 1971.
Average highs for the 14th of November sits at 5.8°C and average lows hover around -1.5°C, according to the weather site.
Second place isn’t that bad, it’s just cold. The Weather Network states that it currently feels like -20°C as of Wednesday morning.
As Novembrrrrrrrr continues, it will heat up a tad by the end of the day and towards the weekend when we’re slated to get up to 15 cm of snow.
Why don’t you slow down a bit, winter? It’s still only November 14.
- Montreal is slated for up to 20 cm of snow on November 16
- Montreal is going to use drones to battle snow removal this year
- Quebec's mandatory winter tire deadline will be earlier next year
- Canada has seen more snow than Siberia so far this fall