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This Is The Last Week Of Miserable Winter Weather In Montreal This Spring

Bring me those +10°C temperatures!
This Is The Last Week Of Miserable Winter Weather In Montreal This Spring

This looks like the last week we'll have to deal with sub-zero temperatures and snow or ice in Montreal for the rest of the month, and likely the rest of Spring. The forecasted weather for the rest of the month is, on average, above 10°C.

Of course, expect rain, it is Spring, after all. But just remember it could be worse - it could always be snowing. At least we know when it's rain, it's above zero degrees. Places like Newfoundland have to deal with cold temperatures for weeks after the rest of us, so we should count ourselves lucky.

Although with that said, The Weather Network is forecasting that any "consistent" warmth may be unlikely for most of Canada. Details below.

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TL;DR While we might still be reeling from the freak snowstorm this week, we can look forward to far more Spring-like temperatures for the rest of the month. Finally! 

[rebelmouse-image 26893567 photo_credit="The Weather Network" expand=1 original_size="688x353"] The Weather Network

As you can see in the forecast above, we're looking at temperatures hovering around 10°C for the majority of the end of April. Of course, there's a lot of rain, however many of these days cite a less than 50% POP or Probability of Precipitation. 

So while it's wise to anticipate rain, especially in this season, there's no guarantee it will fall or exactly when... so no use getting upset over rain that might be overnight!

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April 11, 2019

Though, The Weather Network did mention something worth getting... a little upset about. 

As I mentioned above, apparently most of Canada is going to see fairly "inconsistent warmth" into next month.

We had a mix of freezing rain and snow in Montréal.

April 11, 2019

While British Columbia is expected to remain in full bloom (man, sometimes I really do wish I could afford to live there) moving east into the Prairies, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces, it's going to be a different story. 

This is apparently thanks to "the dominant jet stream pattern" that results in "blocking" over the North Atlantic, which will send "shots" colder temperatures towards all of us on the Eastern side of the country.

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