Montrealers Have Been Losing Their Fvcking Minds Because Of 4 Days Of Constant Rain (20 Tweets)

Sick and tired of being sick and tired.
Montrealers Have Been Losing Their Fvcking Minds Because Of 4 Days Of Constant Rain (20 Tweets)

Remember that big ball of fire in the sky? We used to call that the sun, and it brought warmth and happiness to millions of Montrealers every day. 

And after 4 days straight of cold rainy weather, I'm starting to forget what it looked like. 

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I'm not the only one pissed off about the weather we've been experiencing lately. Montrealers have been expressing their hatred for the non-stop precipitation on twitter and the are results are hilarious. 

Montreal weather forecast: pic.twitter.com/9Vp2glKOi3

April 7, 2017

Who needs a washing machine when u have Montreal torrential rain and an apartment 30 min off campus

April 7, 2017

A 2nd day of record rain this week ☔️

Thursday was the wettest April 6 on record in #Montreal w 35.8mm of #rain (old record: 25.7 in 1949)

April 7, 2017

Day 4 of pouring rain in Montreal. I just saw a guy out walking his goldfish.

April 7, 2017

A LOT of rain in #Montreal today.
Beaucoup

Sunshine tomorrow? pic.twitter.com/Mmz5hm1UBa

April 6, 2017

Dear Montreal drivers,

It's just rain.

Sincerely

C.

April 6, 2017

The animals are starting to line up in pairs here in Montreal. We've been getting a lot of rain...

April 7, 2017

With 35.8mm of rain, yesterday was #Montréal's wettest Apr 6th since records began in 1872. pic.twitter.com/wEZEsequNK

April 7, 2017

This rain got me like#rain #montreal #joey #friends pic.twitter.com/UmNEHLCpgH

April 7, 2017

Enough with the rain already #Montreal 😩

April 6, 2017

Someone stop the rain in Montréal today pleaseeee 😩☹️

April 6, 2017

@tracydavidson27 I don't see any in the forecast but you never know lol rain, rain, rain at the moment ☔️☔️☔️😩 was gorgeous sunny on Monday. Sat in garden❤️

April 6, 2017

montreal drivers gotta turn on their lights in this rain man

April 6, 2017

Spring rain in Montreal is such a relief from the snow but this city feels so different when it's grey.

April 6, 2017

@mile_end_kicks https://t.co/CygrEAkhyo Duckies Umbrellas for this Rainy weather. . . . #umbrellas #ducks #duckies # rain #montreal #sprin pic.twitter.com/ftpOmkNVsV

April 6, 2017

Montreal, where people line up under the freezing rain for free ice cream

April 5, 2017

Montreal get your shit together Im not down for 5 days of rain 😒

April 5, 2017

April #rain covering the #Montreal skyline. .
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.#Spring #raindrops #window #city #skyline #silhouette #narchttps://t.co/TxgAvDUiMb pic.twitter.com/jZ854x3k64

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