Be prepared for a bone-chilling November day, Montreal. According to The Weather Network, it’s going to feel like -16°C in the city on Wednesday.
The drop in temperature will expect to start in the early hours of Wednesday and last through the morning.
Wednesday afternoon will warm up a tad at -12°C, before getting cold again at night. Wind gusts will also pick up, getting as strong as 47 km/h.
The temperature is expected to drop to more November-esque numbers on Thursday and Friday (-6°C and -4°C, respectively) while we deal with the possibility of up to 20 cm of snow.
Here’s hoping Mother Nature is just teasing us with flashes of winter. A November start to the snow and cold would mean for a long winter haul.
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