Let it snow, let it snow, let it — Wait, what? Ready or not, here it comes. Environment Canada's seven-day forecast for Montreal shows a chance of snow between Tuesday, October 27 and Wednesday, October 28.

You may be thinking, "But wait! It's still fall!" Well, in true Montreal style, the cold, ice and snow have a way of creepin' up on us before we can even grab our winter coats.

Don't be too worried, though. It's not a full-blown storm, but Environment Canada did mention the f-word: FLURRIES. 

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Chance of flurries or rain on Tuesday & Wednesday

The government agency does say that Tuesday, October 27 will have a high of 8 degrees and a low of 1, with a 60% chance of rain and flurries. 

Wednesday, October 28 also has the same chance, but the high will drop down to only 6 C.

The Weather Network varies on its degree counts by about one, claiming it'll be 7 degrees both days.

But the main similarity is that it also says there's a chance of flurries. 

So yes, you're welcome to use any other f-word that comes to mind...

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