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Montreal Will Hit Record Breaking Double Digit Temperatures Today

Immediately followed by a winter storm and ice rain.
Montreal Will Hit Record Breaking Double Digit Temperatures Today

Anyone else regret putting on a winter coat this morning? You're not crazy, it's really hot out there and it's going to get even hotter.

Right now Montreal is already sitting at a record breaking 8°C.

READ ALSO: This Is Going To Be The Worst Winter Weekend Ever In Montreal, Here's Why

The coldest it has ever been on January 12 was 5.3°C in 1986. But according to Environment Canada the temperature will be going up to 10°C!


We're not only beating the previous record, we're shattering it.

And as crazy as it may sound, starting tonight Montreal will be experiencing a drastic change in temperature accompanied by freezing rain this evening, ice pellets and up to 25cm of snow.

Via theweathernetwork

I hope you weren't planning on going outside this weekend.

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