Hold On To Your Butts, Montreal Will Be Hit By A Brutal Heatwave

Now get out there and have some fun in the sun
Hold On To Your Butts, Montreal Will Be Hit By A Brutal Heatwave

No, you aren't crazy. It is in fact, NOT raining outside right now. 

It's weird, especially considering the fact that it didn't rain all weekend either. 

READ ALSO: 40 Photos Of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, & Porsches Invading Downtown Montreal For Grand Prix Weekend

And according to The Weather Network, it's supposed to be sunny and hot and rain-free until the end of the week. Today it will feel like 38°C with the humidity!

Considering the weather we've been "treated" to so far this year, this is pretty much the closest thing to a heatwave we're going to be experiencing for quite some time. 

So do yourself a favor; Go outside, take a walk, ride a bike, have a drink on a terrasse, or whatever makes you happy. Just make sure make the most of the sunshine!

2021 Was Montreal's Hottest Year On Record

Here's what's in store for the first few months of 2022.

It's official — 2021 was the hottest year on record for Montreal, according to Environment Canada. It beat out the previous hottest years, 1998 and 2012, by a mean few hundredths of a degree.

This rise in temperature in Montreal is attributed to new weather patterns, causing scorching temperatures in June, August, September and October. "August and October were record-breaking months," said Environment Canada spokesperson Simon Legault.

Keep Reading Show less

'Frigidly Cold Weather' Is Coming To Quebec For Christmas 2021 & We're Not Ready For It

Enjoy the summer while you can... yes, even this sweaty heat.

After a hot and humid summer, it looks like the weather in Quebec this winter will be quite the opposite — especially during the Christmas and holiday season, according to the latest long-term weather predictions by the Farmers' Almanac.

While the weather is expected to be manageable while you're doing your holiday shopping, the Farmers' Almanac predicts that things will take a turn for the worse around December 16, with conditions becoming more "unsettled."

Keep Reading Show less

Brace yourselves for a heatwave! Environment Canada has issued a special weather alert for Montreal, Laval, Longueuil-Varennes and Châteauguay-La Prairie, warning that it could feel like 40 degrees with humidex values from Sunday to Tuesday.

This is because a "warm and humid air mass will track into the province" over the weekend, the weather authority stated.

Keep Reading Show less

Quebecers Can Expect An 'Almost Perfect' Summer, According To Weather Experts

The Weather Network released its Summer 2021 Forecast for Canada.

According to the weather experts at MétéoMédia aka The Weather Network, Canadians can expect an "almost perfect" summer this year, including in Quebec.

"MétéoMédia's Summer Snapshot for the months of June, July and August, summer 2021 will be hot for most provinces," according to a press release.

Keep Reading Show less