It's been a pretty wild month so far in Montreal when it comes to the weather.

We had some horrible days that make you want stay indoors forever and we've also had unseasonably warm days that we normally don't get to enjoy in October.

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Montreal hasn't had any snowat all so far, but sadly according to Environment Canada that's all about to come to an end next week. 

The temperature is going to drop starting Monday night (October 22). There is a 30% chance that snow flurries will be falling over the city, then on Tuesday morning (October 23) we have a 40% chance of seeing more flurries.

If we're lucky though, it'll be warm enough that those flurries will turn to rain. 

Via weather.gc.ca

As for the first big snowstorm of the year, we have at least 2 weeks before that happens.

According to the Farmer's Almanac, we can expect the first real snow to hit Quebec between the 1st and 3rd of November. 

If this news is making you shudder, then do yourself a favour and get out outside on Friday and enjoy one of the last warm and sunny days we'll be seeing for a while. 

Source 1 | Source 2 

 

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