Snow to start the week e1582043210779
Snow to start the week e1582043210779

QUEBEC | A low-pressure system coming from the south of the United States will bring precipitation over all of Quebec in the coming days. Many areas of the province can expect a nice snowfall.

Intermittent snow is expected to start falling late Saturday evening in several cities. This will be particularly the case in Montreal and Quebec where an accumulation of 2 to 4 cm is expected. The mercury could reach -7 degrees Celsius in Montreal overnight, with a wind chill of -14 degrees Celsius.

In Quebec, temperatures are expected to drop to -14 degrees Celsius with a wind chill of -23 degrees Celsius in the evening.

According to Environment Canada, Sunday will be punctuated by light snow and southwest winds that will blow at 20 km / h with gusts at 40 km / h for the regions of Montreal and Quebec.

In the metropolis and in the Old Capital, the mercury will be on the rise: 2 degrees Celsius and 0 degrees Celsius are forecast for the afternoon, respectively.

Snow showers, sometimes heavy, should stop late at night from Sunday to Monday.

Monday promises to be sunny for most areas.

In Montreal, it will be -2 degrees Celsius, while the mercury will be -7 degrees Celsius in Quebec.

Snow will return Tuesday in Quebec, where about 15 cm are expected. It will be -4 degrees Celsius during the day and -12 degrees Celsius during the night.

Tuesday’s day in Montreal remains uncertain: snow or rain precipitation is expected, however.

The precipitation should stop for everyone from Wednesday to make way for the clouds and the sun for a few days.

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