Warning: Frost Advisory Alert Issued In Quebec
On Friday, the weather was completely out of control in many parts of Quebec.
Several areas of the province were under a storm and wind warning and Gatineau was actually hit by a full blown tornado.
TL;DR Many parts of Quebec are under a frost warning this morning. Violent storms are headed our way Tomorrow.
In case you haven't seen the footage here's a video of some of the devastation.
And the crazy weather continues today throughout the province.
Most of Quebec woke up to near freezing cold temperatures, and this morning Environment Canada has issued a frost warning for many parts of the province including: the Laurentians, Lanaudière, Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Baie-Comeau, Beauce, Charlevoix, Drummondville, Estrie, Mauricie, Quebec City, Rimouski, Saguenay and Sept-Îles.
The area's without warnings are also feeling the cold. This morning it was only 4°C in Montreal and considering we were shattering 29°C heat records only a week ago, that's a pretty big deal.
Tuesday there is a violent storm predicted to be hitting southern Quebec so we can expect more storms and heavy winds.
Luckily the crazy weather will be bringing back 20°C temperatures starting Thursday so we won’t be getting any snow just yet.