Remembrance Day brought blankets of snow throughout Montreal yesterday, the snowiest memorial day in the city in over a century.
According to local weather tracker, YUL Weather Records, yesterday’s 7 cm of powder was the snowiest Remembrance Day since 1907.
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The snowfall isn’t expected to give up, according to Environment Canada, as more snow is on its way t0 Montreal and its surrounding areas where up to 20 cm can be expected.
— YUL Weather Records (@YUL_Weather) November 12, 2019
The weather agency is also calling for ‘feels like’ temperatures to dip to -22ºC overnight before heating up a touch on Wednesday and Thursday.