As the calendar prepares to flip over to May, the most talked about flurries should be of the McDonald’s dessert variety but it seems like Mother Nature has different plans.
According to The Weather Network’s week-long forecast, Montreal can expect to get hit wet snow, flurries, and showers three times this week, the first of which is forecasted to hit tonight.
- This is what Calgary looks like after a spring snowstorm hammered it (PHOTOS)
- 21 shots of the devastating flooding across Quebec (PHOTOS)
- Floods have forced more than 9,500 evacuations across Quebec
- Quebec public security orders immediate evacuation of Chute-Bell dam
Along with Montreal’s frost advisory that’s currently in effect, temperatures are slated to drop to -2ºC overnight tonight and hover just below freezing tomorrow morning at -1ºC.
Meaning, if you wake up to snow on the ground tomorrow, you know the last of April, don’t freak out.
Temperatures are expected to heat up by the weekend as the weather website predicts sunshine and 15ºC to 19ºC from Friday through to Sunday.
Even if The Weather Network’s predictions are true, the snow shouldn’t stay on the ground for too long… right?