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Montreal Will Break Fall Heat Records On Thanksgiving Weekend

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Montreal Will Break Fall Heat Records On Thanksgiving Weekend

I know what I'll be thankful for this thanksgiving weekend. Obviously for the fact that I won't have to go to work on Monday. 

But the big thing we'll all be thankful for is the weather.

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According to The Weather Network, Montreal is in for above seasonal temperatures over the weekend. We may see a few rounds of showers on Saturday, but Sunday evening and Monday morning are both supposed to be dry. 

Monday will be the warmest day of the long weekend, and as it stands we may break the fall records for thanksgiving. 

The record for October 8th was 25.6°C in 1970.

And according to last night's forecast we are supposed to hit 30°C with the humidity!

Mother nature is definitely feeling guilty about giving us a crappy summer. 


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