The Weather Network is forecasting that it could actually snow in Quebec as early as this week, along with several other provinces in Eastern Canada.
Environment Canada has also issued a Frost Advisory for Quebec, with particular focus on most regions in the south and east of the province.
In fact, most regions bordering on the St. Lawrence will see temperatures drop close to or below freezing overnight tonight, meaning we could very likely wake up to a blanket of frost tomorrow morning.
Then, come Friday, there is a good chance that some regions in Eastern Canada could see their first snowfall of the season.
Just last week Alberta and Saskatchewan both saw serious dumps of snow that looked more like the middle of January than the end of September, reminding us all that Mother Nature works on no one's schedule but her own.
So while we've been over her waxing poetic about fall, we could be in for a seriously snowy surprise later this week that would turn any fall foliage dreams you had into cold, wintery nightmares.
In this weekly precipitation forecast for Eastern Canada, provided by The Weather Network, you can see swathes of blue that indicate cooler temperatures prime for turning precipitation into snow.
The meteorologist explains, "we're not looking at as major accumulations as what we saw in Alberta and Saskatchewan, but there are cool enough temperatures coming into play through the evening and overnights where Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador could actually see a little snowfall this week."
The specific regions in Quebec that will be impacted by the Frost Advisory for tomorrow morning are:
The Weather Network also mentioned several provinces east of Quebec that may also see snow. Environment Canada has issued Frost Advisories for several regions across New Brunswick, but not Nova Scotia or Newfoundland/Labrador.