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Montreal To Be Hit By Worst Storm Of The Year

The city could be paralyzed.
Montreal To Be Hit By Worst Storm Of The Year

Here I was checking the weather to see if snowboarding would be an option this weekend when I got a little more than I bargained for. 

Pretty much the last thing you want to see on a weather website besides the words 'ice storm'.

It seems that the Eastern U.S. is going to get hit by a paralyzing storm and Canada might get caught in the crossfire. But things aren't all that bad, at least we were named the #2 best country in the world despite the snow.

Tropical air moving north from the U.S. will combine with the cold air from Canada to create a massive storm and if we get hit, we could be seeing up to 2 feet of snow.

The storm is expected to start late in the weekend but maybe we'll get lucky and avoid the whole thing altogether. Fingers crossed.

UPDATE: It is now confirmed, the storm will not be hitting Montreal after all!

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