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Environment Canada Has Cancelled Winter In Montreal

More heat - Less snow.
Environment Canada Has Cancelled Winter In Montreal

With all the hurricanes, tropical storms and earthquakes happening around the world lately, people in Montreal are wondering how exactly this will affect the city. 

The weather reports have been straight up crazy. This weekend we will be breaking heat records, yet the week before we were anticipating rainstorms and frost

READ ALSO: Warning: Montreal To Be Hit With Brutal "Record Breaking" Fall Heatwave

So how will this all affect us? Well it looks like winter is pretty much cancelled. 

According to Environment Canada, Montreal's winters will be warmer, they will start later and finish earlier than normal. 

It's a dream come true for many, but it's not all good news. 

"White Christmases" will become a rare occurrence, the ski season will terrible, there may be more rain and freezing rain than normal. But worst of all, Montreal could be in for some more flooding like the ones we saw in the spring. 

Guess we'll have to wait and see. 


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