Montreal and most regions around Southern Quebec are officially under another day of Frost Advisory.\nThis advisory comes after perhaps the first snow in Quebec, caught on video.\nCheck the video and forecast for this weekend below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nEnvironment Canada has issued another Frost Advisory, for the second day in a row. Plus, we've now officially seen it snow in Quebec. The advisory extends to most of Southern Quebec, blanketing most regions around the St. Lawrence.\nThe warning initially came on Wednesday, indicating that frost was likely for overnight Thursday. Subsequently, The Weather Network also indicated that there was a chance that it could snow in Quebec as early as this Friday.\nWhile we didn't wake up to a winter wonderland here in Montreal, that doesn't mean the fluffy white stuff hasn't started falling elsewhere in the province.\nFrost Advisories obviously do not necessarily mean snow. The advisory is released by Environment Canada mostly for farmers and other people that have crops that could be damaged by a significant drop in temperature or the development of frost when temperatures reach freezing.\nBut that doesn't mean we don't feel it all the same! Plus, where there is frost, snow can easily follow...\nA video below shows snow falling on Mont Miller, in Murdochville, Quebec, just yesterday.\nThe video below says, "Prepare your skis!" as snow falls on Mont Miller in Murdochville, Quebec.\nPréparez vos skis ! Crédit: Ben North Laporte #mm #montschicchocs #neige pic.twitter.com/tFLFYQ1xmw— Véronique Saumure (@vsaumure_mm) October 3, 2019\nSurprisingly enough, Murdochville is not in one of the regions highlighted below by Environment Canada.\nEnvironment Canada\nThis map highlights the regions that are under the Frost Advisory and will see temperatures drop to freezing or near freezing overnight tonight.\nThese are all the specific regions affected by the advisory:\nBeauce\nCharlevoix\nDrummondville\nBois-Franc\nEastern Townships\nLac-Saint-Jean\nLachute\nSaint-Jérôme\nLanaudière\nLaurentians\nMauricie\nMetro Montreal\nLaval\nMont-Laurier\nPontiac\nQuébec\nRichelieu Valley\nSaint-Hyacinthe\nSaguenay\nUpper-Gatineau\nLièvre\nPapineau\nVaudreuil\nSoulanges\nHuntingdon\nREAD ALSO: All New Laval Christmas Market Will Have A Tree Of Lights As Tall As The Statue Of Liberty\nThe forecast for Montreal this weekend looks like things are going to be pretty chilly on Saturday, when we're most likely to wake up with a visit from Jack Frost.\nThe Weather Network\nSunday and the beginning of next week are going to bring some of that classic fall rain, and if temperatures drop any lower, particularly overnight, we definitely could be seeing some snow in the next couple days.\nView this post on Instagram Feuille givrée. #frosty #givre #leaveonlyleaves #eye_for_earth #fiftyshades_of_nature #dreamland_arts_of_nature #gu_like_capture #quest_4_magic #the_gallery_of_magic #zonephotographer #globalfotografia_nature #be_one_natura #vision_natura #natureshots #naturepics #nature_perfection #asi_es_natura #great_captures_nature #natura_friends #inspiring_shot #asi_es_macro #macroclique #macro_moms #macro_globe #kings_macro #macro_holic #bns_macro #pocket_macro #macro_vision #electric_macro A post shared by ✨Riane💫 (@riane4923) on Feb 23, 2019 at 12:14pm PST\nAll we can do at this point is hope we don't get dumped on like the did in Alberta and Saskatchewan last week.\nWe will keep you posted if this forecast makes a turn for the worse... or better!\nAnd if you do wake up to frost on your window or snow on your front step... send us a video! We're @MTLBlog on Instagram and Twitter.