Yes, the weather has already been pretty odd the past month. We were battling snowstorms and bitter cold just a couple weeks ago, which has now been replaced by melting snow and flooding everywhere along with surprisingly warmer temperatures.

The arrival of spring is not really something to be complaining about, but trust me, before the month is over Montreal is going to see a pretty unusual weather pattern.

Just take a look at the week of March 23 to March 29 according to The Weather Network and you might spot it. Don't know what I'm talking about? Well, take a really good look at the temperatures throughout the week.

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TL;DR The temperatures this upcoming March 23 to 29 will be pretty unusual, with the forecast for the week warming by one degree each day, making the unique forecast 1-2-3-4-5-6-7°C. More details below on other weather information for the week.

Via The Weather Network

The city will be warming by one degree each day, which means the super unique forecast for the week will be 1-2-3-4-5-6-7°C.

Not only is this a super rare occurrence, but it's also just nice to know that the weather will be slowly warming over the coming weeks.

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Better yet, the temperatures aren't even in the negatives whatsoever that week! So maybe spring is closer than we all were expecting.

It's still weird that we'll literally be seeing the weather climbing upwards from 1°C each day of the week.

But don't worry, the conditions itself will be extremely scattered - from flurries expected on Monday, March 25 to super sunny on Tuesday, March 26.

It's also worth mentioning that the temperatures for the week start out below historical average for daytime highs, but over the course of the week surpass the historical average with Friday, March 29 coming in at 7°C.

According to the historical average temperature for each day of March, the 30th is expected to be 8°C, so we can only expect that the number trend may continue into the next month.

Stay tuned for more wacky weather updates.


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