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Montreal Has Officially Destroyed Last Year's Total Snowfall Record

The worst is yet to come.
Montreal Has Officially Destroyed Last Year's Total Snowfall Record

You don't need me to tell you that Montreal has had a lot of snow this year, because you've most definitely noticed it for yourself. 

Montreal normally gets 5 to 6 snowstorms a year (More than 10 cm in 1 day), and we've had about 4 so far this year already. 

READ ALSO: All The Crazy Weather Montreal Can Expect For The Second Half Of Winter

If that wasn't bad enough, consider this. Last year we only got 91 cm of snow during the entire winter season. So far this year, Montreal has been hit with 134 cm

And the worst part is we're only half-way done with winter.

READ ALSO:March In Montreal Is The Worst Month For Big Snow Storms

The worst months are still ahead of us. Snowstorm are more frequent towards the end of February and in March and researchers are convinced this year will be even worse than normal. 

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