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It's Going To Feel Like 32°C In Montreal Next Week

It might finally be time to pull out your summer wardrobe.
It's Going To Feel Like 32°C In Montreal Next Week

We are now in mid-May, and I think it's safe to say that spring is well underway. This season has been relatively disappointing in terms of the weather because it has been cold, wet, and lacking in sun. At least we've had a ton of free, fun events to keep ourselves busy and entertained.

However, things are looking up. Not only is it going to be pretty nice and sunny this weekend, but it's also going to be twenty-four degrees next Monday. It's been a hot second since the last time we had weather in the 20s, so needless to say, I'm pretty excited.

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According to the Weather Network, it's going to be grey and rainy until Wednesday this week, but after that things are going to start looking up.

Warm, sunny days are to be expected on Thursday and all through the weekend, so start making your park plans!

On Monday, it's going to be 24°C in Montreal. This is amazing news for all of those who are just itching for summer. It might finally be time to pull out your summer wardrobe because apparently it's also going to feel like 32°C.

Unfortunately, it's not all good news: though it will be super warm, there are good chances that there will be rain. And lots of it. There's a 70% chance that there will be somewhere between 5 and 10 millimetres of rain.

Luckily, the rest of next week should be pretty warm as well. On Tuesday, it will be 21°C and sunny, so you've got a couple great terrasse days in the near future.

Get ready for summer, folks!


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