A Storm With Freezing Rain & Up To 20 cm Of Snow Is On Its Way To Quebec

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A Storm With Freezing Rain & Up To 20 cm Of Snow Is On Its Way To Quebec

It will soon be time to officially bring out shovels and winter coats because from November 22 to 24, a Quebec snowstorm could be on its way.

According to MétéoMédia's forecast, a wild weather mix awaits us this weekend when a low-pressure storm system should hit the province as early as Sunday.

On the menu: Gusts of 60 km/h, up to 10 millimetres of freezing rain, as well as a good snowfall.

All of this could make road conditions quite difficult.

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20 cm Of snow predicted for certain regions

MétéoMédia announced the regions affected by the storm:

"The snow will be heavy in the Outaouais - North Shore axis. Regions north of the St. Lawrence River will be entitled to accumulations of 10 to 20 centimetres.

Saguenay is expected to be hit with the greatest quantities of snow.

As for freezing rain, the expected amount will depend on the storm's trajectory, but we can expect to receive anywhere between 2 and 10 millimetres.

"The areas of Charlevoix and the Laurentians look to be the most affected at the present moment."

It's the perfect time to stay home, drink a good hot chocolate and decorate your Christmas tree if you haven't already done so.

This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.

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