It's Official, The Weather Network Reveals Entire Summer Forecast For Montreal

I think it's fair to say that we've been more than patient with the weather for the last few months, and now it's time to look forward to the summer.

So let's see what kind of weather we can expect.

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According to The Weather Network, this summer is not expected to have the same dry heat as last summer, but the humidity levels will be high, so it will actually feel very warm.

They also say that this summer has the potential for extended periods of above seasonal temperatures, and that the areas with the best chance of having a warmer summer are the Eastern Townships and Montreal. 

And did we mention that every day in June will be above 20°C and there is very little rain in the forecast? 

Hang in there guys, blue skies and sunny days are on the way.  

We've turned a corner. Environment Canada's Montreal weather forecast shows nighttime lows dipping into negative numbers this week.

The federal weather agency is predicting temps as low as -3 C on Wednesday and Thursday evenings. On Friday and Saturday nights, lows will be around the freezing point.

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Quebec Winter 2021-2022 Weather Is Expected To Be Full Of Snowstorms

The climatological phenomenon "La Niña" will play a major role in this winter's weather.

The temperatures we feel every day have all kinds of factors at play. And when it comes to Quebec winter 2021-2022 weather, the climatological phenomenon known as "La Niña" is expected to play a major role in the overall weather pattern, according to meteorologist Brett Anderson.

"La Niña" is a phenomenon in which "hot water temperatures far out in the Pacific Ocean can influence weather patterns thousands of miles away."

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The Weather Network just dropped a new October weather forecast for Quebec and "warmer than normal temperatures are expected to dominate" all month long, according to meteorologist Doug Gillham.

"October is looking suspiciously like September," Gillham said, which — if you've been paying attention — has been nice and mild.

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If you're reading this on-the-go, you may want to stop and sit down before you read any further. 

According to Accuweather, this year's winter is going to be colder and snowier than ever. 

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