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A Storm Is On Track To Hit Quebec & Dump Up To 30 cm Of Snow On Some Regions

At least we'll be inside anyway...
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Environment Canada has issued a number of special weather statements ahead of an expected snowstorm in Quebec this weekend.

Regions north of the Saint Lawrence could get anywhere between 15 and 30 centimetres of snow

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15 - 30 cm of snow in some regions

Montreal, meanwhile, might only get up to 15 centimetres of snow. But it might not last.

Environment Canada says "the snow could be interrupted by a period of rain late Saturday" in the metropolis and in regions south of the Saint Lawrence.

The weather agency's forecast for the city shows temperatures between 1 and 3 C on Saturday and 0 and -9 C on Sunday.

If the rain doesn't melt everything, it could be a great weekend to check out one of Montreal's many beautiful cross-country ski trails.

Otherwise, check out this list of things you can still do this weekend amid lockdown and curfew restrictions.

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