Montreal's October Forecast Predicts Ideal Weather For Solo Walks In The City
Whelp, looks like solo walks are going to be in Montrealers' forecast for the next month as Montreal heads into red alert. But a little fresh air may be just the thing we need right about now. And it looks like Montreal's October weather forecast has got us covered.
As Montreal comes to the slow acceptance that summer is over, we're looking to how many more days we can spend outside until our infamous freezing winter hits us.
Good news, though! October looks like we've still got some time.
Whether or not you're a walker or runner, it's a great time to explore the city and stretch those legs while we still can.
Of course, like everything in 2020, the forecast is subject to change. But here's what October looks like so far...
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What will the beginning of October feel like in Montreal?
There's nothing quite like that brisk, fall air. Week one will feel "crispy" as the cool kids say, but you'll definitely be able to head outside.
According to The Weather Network, October 1 will be the warmest welcome to the new month with a high of 16 and will drop down to 10 at night. There's also about a 60% chance of showers, so be sure to whip out your rain boots.
The rest of the week has some chances of rain will feel like it's between the 12-15 degree range in the day and drop down to about 8-9 degrees at night. The lowest evening will be on Saturday when it drops to 7 degrees.
Will Montreal be warm during the long weekend in October?
The second week will see a wide range of temperatures and conditions.
Ranging from 13-17 degrees, the second week looks like it'll make for some really pleasant weather and not too much chance of rain. Perfect for exploring the city, seeing some leaves and maybe snapping a few pics.
Got any plans for the long weekend? You'll be happy to know that at the time of writing this article, The Weather Network says that October 12 will be 17 degrees and feel like it, too.
Montreal Weather Usually Gets A Little Chillier By The End Of October
It's still a bit early to get a clear forecast of the rest of October, but it's no surprise to anyone that the end of the month is usually a tad cooler than the first half.
The Weather Network gives historical averages based on 1980-2010 for the last two weeks of the month.
Looks like we've seen temperatures in the 9-14 degree range, dropping down to about 3-4 degrees at night.
Who doesn't have vivid memories of having the most epic Halloween costume and having to cover it with your coat?
And if you're wondering, the coldest October day recorded was -6.7 degrees back on October 27, 1936.
Fingers crossed this year is a little warmer!