It may have piled up quietly, but Montreal was hit with another 10 cm of snow during the early hours of this morning and meteorologists claim that today is the snowiest February 21 in almost 70 years.
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According to YUL Weather Records, the last time Montreal experienced this much snow on February 21st was 68 years ago in 1951.
— YUL Weather Records (@YUL_Weather) February 21, 2019
Environment Canada had advised people that there would be an “impact on early morning commute” and that “given the precipitations received since the beginning of winter, the weight of snow and ice on roofs can pose a threat.”
Montreal is slated to deal with another one cm of snow today, according to The Weather Network, before dipping below double-digit temperatures to start the weekend.
But hey, if we’re going to deal with snow, we may as well do so in historical proportions.