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Holy Crap! Video Showing Actual Snow Falling In Quebec Last Night

Say it ain't snow!
Holy Crap! Video Showing Actual Snow Falling In Quebec Last Night

Last night I went out to walk my dog, and like an idiot I didn't think of grabbing a jacket. 

After all it's only September 1st, but when I got outside I literally started shivering. It was only 9°C  in Montreal last night, and with the wind it felt even colder. Then this morning, when I woke up, it was 7°C ... 7! 

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But as crappy as that was, at least we didn't get snow like some other parts of Quebec. 

Last night there was actual snow falling over the Reserve Faunique des Laurentides, which only a couple hours away from Montreal. 

We took a look ahead to see some long term predictions, and it looks like Montreal will be snow-free at least for September, but October will have a few evil snowy surprises in store for us. 


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