Go Outside... The Last Days Of February Are Expected To Be Above Zero

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Go Outside... The Last Days Of February Are Expected To Be Above Zero

Even though it's been a relatively mild winter in terms of Montreal weather, many of us are ready for spring so we can stop scraping off our cars and start spending more time outdoors.

Despite flurries, Montrealers could get a little relief this weekend because temperatures are expected to be above zero for the next three days, reaching highs of 4 degrees on both Saturday and Sunday, according to Weather Network predictions

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Environment Canada has a slightly different weather forecast, predicting a high of 5 on Saturday and then 3 on Sunday. 

Either way, it's looking like a balmy transition — relative to Montreal terms — from February to March. 

Your best bet is to get out during the day on Sunday because it's more likely to be a mix of sun and clouds whereas Saturday we'll probably get some snow and rain.

On Monday, the first day of March, we'll likely see rain or snow, but it's expected to reach a high of 2 degrees. 

With businesses and cultural centres gradually reopening in time for March Break, there are more things you can do to enjoy the mild weather while adhering to public health guidelines this weekend.

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