And Tuesday is only going to get uglier.
Just as daytime high temperatures were finally beginning to consistently crest 10 degrees, the snow came back to remind us of her power. The Montreal weather forecast from Environment Canada says we could be in for 10 to 15 centimetres of snowfall today.
The federal weather agency says the wet, heavy snow could result in reduced visibility, slippery roads and power outages.
At the time of writing, Hydro-Québec had reported a handful of outages in the Montreal area.
The good news is that the snow won't last long. The bad news is that it's about to get even uglier out there.
Environment Canada says the precipitation will become a snowy-rainy mix by this afternoon. The Weather Network forecast shows the snow turning into ice pellets at around 11 a.m. and mixed precipitation beginning at 3 p.m.
But at least Montrealers have nice weather to look forward to later this week.
EnviroCan is forecasting sun and a high of 8 degrees on Wednesday (a high of 9 with rain on Thursday, but we'll not think about that) and clear skies with highs of 13 and 9 degrees on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
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