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It's Going To Feel Like Summer Next Week In Montreal

It's t-shirt time!
It's Going To Feel Like Summer Next Week In Montreal

Good morning Montreal, To start your day off we have some good news and some bad news.

The bad news is that today's forecast is filled with freezing rain and mixed precipitation.

READ ALSO: Environment Canada Warning: Freezing Rain Alert In Effect For Montreal

The good news is that today and Sunday will be the last two days of crappy weather we'll have to endure for awhile.

Next week's forecast looks amazing! There's sunshine on the way and high temperatures that will make Montreal feel like summer.

Via theweathernetwork

Monday will 6°C and sunny and on Tuesday we'll hit 8°C! And after the winter we've endured, that's we might as well call it "T-shirt weather".

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