The Farmer's Almanac is really the best place to look when it comes to long-range forecasts. The Almanac looks at tons of historical weather data as well as comparing current conditions so develop of large and broad forecast that is usually frighteningly correct. And it's looking like the Farmer's Almanac has found that the 2020 Southern Quebec summer weather forecast is showing high heat and lots of rain.
For this weekend in Montreal, the Almanac's forecast reads "Snow showers, cold." Which is definitely true. Here in Montreal, we've seen a fair amount of sporadic snow this week and the temperatures dropped significantly compared to last week.
Plus we're in for some stronger snow and the potential for freezing rain this weekend.
This convinces me yet again that the people working at the Farmer's Almanac know how to forecast the weather... it's really kind of uncanny.
Unfortunately for us, though, that means that we really could be in for a hot, rainy summer this year.
Here's a breakdown of the whole Annual Weather Summary from The Farmer's Almanac spanning from January 2020 all the way to October 2020.
The graph below shows the temperature and precipitation expectations for November 2019 - October 2020. Note the abnormally warm December, which we can attest to be true, as well as the abnormally cold November, when we saw our first snowstorm here in Montreal.
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The Farmer's Almanac
The Almanac also breaks down each season and what we can expect, so take a look below at what 2020 is going to bring.