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Montreal To Get 15cm Of Snow For Christmas

It's just not Xmas without snow.
Montreal To Get 15cm Of Snow For Christmas

For those of you dreaming of a white Christmas, I have some great news. And for those of you who wish they were living in a tropical paradise instead of Montreal, you might want to sit down before you read this. 

A couple of days ago it looked as though Montreal wasn't going to have any snow on Christmas.

READ ALSO: What's Open And What's Closed In Montreal During The 2017 Holiday Season

The forecast was calling for 4°C and rain on the 23rd, which would have melted all the snow away. But now it seems like we'll be getting the total opposite. 

The most recent forecast show that the 23rd will be 0°C and we will be getting 5 cm of snow on Friday and another 5 to 10 cm on Saturday. Just in time for Christmas! 

Plus there's scattered flurries in the forecast for Christmas day. Just in time for you to open your presents. 

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