Hawaii sounds nice right about now.
As if this last week’s treacherous cocktail of snow, cold, and ice wasn’t enough, The Weather Network is calling for another snowfall on Wednesday.
And then Sunday.
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The Weather Network forecasts five to 10 cm on Wednesday and another 10 cm on Sunday, while “mixed precipitation and flurries” will sprinkle the rest of the week.
Temperatures are expected to fluctuate throughout the week as well.
Tuesday is slated to feel like -23°C, before increasing to -8°C on Wednesday, and 0°C on Thursday (yay) before dropping again to -12°C, -19°C and -16°C on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
Here’s hoping the network’s extended forecast differs as the week continues. As of now, Montreal could see 24 additional cm of snow by the time the week is done.
Keep that shovel handy, Montreal.