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It's Going To Snow In Montreal Non-Stop For Almost A Week

Winter is here to stay folks.
It's Going To Snow In Montreal Non-Stop For Almost A Week

It's funny how winter works in Montreal, one day it's crisp fall weather with brown and orange colors everywhere, then literally overnight - everything turns winter white. Winter has officially arrived and it's here to stay.

READ ALSO: Montreal's STM Buses Don't Have Winter Tires

TL;DR According to The Weather Network's official 7-day forecast it's going to snow pretty much every day for the next week. Until next Friday the 23rd of November, The Weather Network predicts "a few flurries" will fall four days out of seven. 

A major snowfall like the one we are experiencing this morning, is mother nature's way of saying that winter is here for good.  

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This is not the type of snow that's going to melt again by tomorrow. In fact, the snow is only going to continue to pile up.

The Weather Network has officially released a snowfall alert for southern Quebec, stating that "a total of 10 to 15 centimetres of snow is expected until this afternoon." Also that this first snowfall "has the potential to impact the morning commute."

It doesn't stop there. According to the 7-day forecast, it's going to snow pretty much every day for the next week.

Via theweathernetwork

Until next Friday the 23rd of November, The Weather Network predicts "a few flurries" will fall four days out of seven. And maybe even more, you can't always be 100% sure with these weather and snow predictions.

Bottom line: The snow is not stopping.

So get your boots out, and get the shovel and car brush out from storage because you're definitely going to be needing it this coming week.

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