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Montreal To See First Snowfall Of The Year In October

Montreal To See First Snowfall Of The Year In October

So this morning I debated for 5 minutes on whether it was too early to wear a tuque, which could only mean one thing.

It's cooooooold.

Much colder than it should be considering all those reports that said Fall was going to be warm and Winter was going to be mild.

READ ALSO: Fall In Montreal Is One Week Away, Here’s What The Weather Will Be Like In The City

If I had seen some frost this morning, I wouldn't have even been surprised. So that got me thinking, it's probably going to snow any day now.

The last report we checked said it was going to snow as early as November, but things change and now it seems we'll see snow as early as October 24th.

READ ALSO: Montreal Could See Its First Significant Snowfall Of The Year As Early As November

Of course it won't be the kind of snow that affects your morning commute, but I still wanted you to be mentally prepared just in case you're the kind of person who overreacts.

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